By @Tom92 on 2nd Sep 2015, show post
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@Victor after reading your NEAT glass comments, last night I revisited the neat glass. Have worked at the Scotch Malt Whisky Society for the last year and only drinking cask strength Whisky, I can agree with your verdict on the NEAT glass. Nosing it, I could barely tell it was Whisky, using Glenfarclas 105 as the guinea-pig
19 days ago 1Who liked this?
@Nock - Seeing that image of your glasses reminded me that when I first got the whisky bug I used to use a glass just like the one one the left - the brandy snifter. I think the main reason I favour a Glancairn now is the way it feels in the hand and that I'm less likely to break it - which I probably did with the former!
18 days ago 0
These recently made their way from the United States. I am very much looking forward to seeing how that Irish whiskey glass compares to my current glassware.
As for the blue glencairn, it’s cute, but I doubt the smell and taste will differ much from the original.
18 days ago 3Who liked this?
@Nozinan Congratulations on getting your hands (yes, double entendre intended) on the Túath glass, along with the blue tinted Glencairn. I, and I am sure others, look forward to seeing what you think of the Túath.
@ajjarrett It will likely have to wait until I return from a boring 3 day meeting in Ottawa (without family, ), which will be punctuated by a mini tasting...
Has anyone triedone of these "1920S' PROFESSIONAL BLENDER'S WHISKY GLASS?"
17 days ago 0
Well, I don't want to sound like I just walked out of Cliché 101, but "All good things come to those who wait."
16 days ago 0
@KRB80, That's a grappa glass w/out the stack.
16 days ago 1Who liked this?
Pretty spendy when I convert that to $Can. Also looks like the liquid could come hard and fast around that big bend before the rim and give one a face full.
13 days ago 0
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