• What you Should Know about Highball and Lowball Glasses

    Bartenders and cocktail lovers follow the traditional method of mixing drinks and they usually have a few different types of glasses at their disposal to serve these drinks. In most cases, the choice of glasses depends on the ingredients that they are mixing to make the cocktail. However, two of...
  • Is the Shape of Wine Decanters Important?

    There can be many situations in which decanting can help you pop out the true character of the wine, while at other times, decanting can be used for presentation of the wine. This means that you may or may not prefer decanting. However, the question here is “Is the shape...
  • 3 Types of Desserts you can Serve in Shot Glasses

    Shot glass will get an accurate measurement of the drinks, even though there may be no mandatory size for a shot glass. In the US, standard shot glasses range in between 1.25 to 1.5 ounces in general, and they are used mainly at bars and cocktail parties for taking shots...
  • A Brief Note on Demitasse Espresso Cups

    Many of us use the term espresso cups for small coffee cups that hold espresso coffee. However, the real name for these cups is “demitasse cups”. You can see these small cups in cafes, restaurants, and coffee houses across the globe. Dem-E-tas is the French word for “half cup”; demitasse...
  • Why Choosing the Right Glass Cups Matter

    Oftentimes, tea lovers tend to sip their aromatic piping hot tea in a glass cup. The taste of tea tends to differ even as the aroma remains the same as always. Although the elementary purpose of using kettles, teapots, infusers, and mugs is to deliver the best tea at right...
  • A Few Benefits of Glass Coffee Cups

    Reusable coffee cups have become more prevalent now in homes and office spaces than disposable cups. The damage to the environment is one factor that led many to choose reusable coffee cups but they have a lot of other advantages as well. Two of the most commonly used reusable coffee...
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Buying Espresso Cups

    Most people usually have an espresso machine at their home to enjoy a hot cup of coffee while they are working, binge watching, or studying. If you are one among them, you will be probably thinking of buying an espresso mug set to serve the espresso. However, there are plenty...
  • What is a Wine Carafe and How is it Different than a Decanter?

    When serving your wine there are many factors to consider.  Your first thought should be what wine you will be serving, but equally as important to consider is what will you be using to serve your wine from? Will you be using a wine carafe or a decanter? Wine Carafes...
  • Handling Stemware Drinking Glasses

    For a casual usage, 12 piece glassware may suffice, but each drinker will select drinking glasses as the category of beverage which may be alcoholic, non-alcoholic, or plain water. Stemware glasses have an elongated stem in between the bowl and the base and they include the wine glasses as well...
  • The Differences between Thermal and Glass Carafes

    Are you searching for a new coffee maker, but got confused with deciding whether you need a thermal or glass carafe? If so, the below post on the variables to consider while deciding on carafes would help you find the best carafe for your needs. Visible Coffee Brewing The first...

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