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Custom Engraved Whisky Glasses 

Create personalized whiskey glasses and gift them to your loved ones on special occasions. These whiskey glasses can be engraved with name, messages, logo, cliparts and other designs. Browse through wide range of designs and personalize them as per yor needs. There are such nights in our life on which we want to flow with the time. We do not always want to be burdened with the worries of life. Some chunk of the day we want to spend ignoring our senses. There should be some honest nights in our lives when we do not really need to be panged by our conscience; we want to follow our heart. Whisky could be your best friend at times such as those. How nice it would be to sip your whisky from a glass that will be personalized only for you! Just imagine, holding a whisky glass with your name written on it- only you are entitled to the glass! Seems interesting? Dezains.com can make it real for you now!

Just check out the beautiful collection of personalised whisky glasses by dezains.com. You can pick the best for you or for others. Meaning, you can also choose the glasses for gifting purposes. Whatever relation or occasion you might want a gift for, these whisky glasses are going to match your requirements through and through. Nearly 50 different items with 50 different shapes and designed and all of them are personalised: isn’t that a great collection to choose from? You can add graphics to it or texts of your choice to the glass. You can also simply have the name of the person you are buying the gift for imprinted on the glass. If you are buying the whisky glass for a couple, you can also have both of their names (or initials) imprinted on top the glass. Want to add graphics or romantic text to it? Choose your text from the sample and your piece will be ready. 

Types of Whisky Glasses

1. The Old Fashioned (or Rocks) Glass

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  • For drinking whiskey neat (no ice)
  • For drinking whiskey on the rocks (with ice)
  • For drinking whiskey in cocktails

Rocks and old fashioned glasses are very similar, and sometimes the terms are used interchangably. Whether you like it neat, on the rocks, or in cocktails like the "old fashioned" from which it gets its name, these glasses are sure to get the job done. Design-wise, they are all utility; trading the flash and flair of fancier glasses for (usually) straight sides, a wide brim that allows the whiskey's aromatics to work a little bit on straight pours, and a super thick base to handle mixed and muddled cocktails.

2. The Shot Glass

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  • For fast ingestion

Some prefer to savor the experience of going to a bar or a social event rather than to savor their whiskey, and for this customer, there is the shot glass. There is no enjoying the oaky richness, no meditating on the smoky aroma, just whiskey.

These glasses feature a small volume along with a thick base to stand up to constant use, being one of the most called-for glasses in a bartender's arsenal.

3. The High Ball Glass

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  • For drinking whiskey in cocktails

Also called a hi ball glass, this one is for those who want their whiskey with a little less tannin and a little more sour mix. For cocktails where a normal rocks or old fashioned glass can't cut it, a high ball fits the bill—you still get the simple styling and a thick base for mixing and muddling, just in a taller profile for more ice and drink ingredients.

4. Snifter Glasses and Glencairn Glasses

  • For drinking whiskey neat (no ice)
  • Upscale use

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Can you take a swig of whiskey and tell if it's single malt or blended from the taste? Have you been described or described yourself as a “whiskey aficionado?” Does the thought of a “whiskey fizz” make you shudder? If you answered yes to these questions, forget everything you just read and skip straight to one of these glasses.

Glencairn Whiskey Glasses are great for customers who like to savor the little nuances of each pour; a wide-based tulip design does two things, making it stable while essentially funneling the aroma to your nose (since a lot of what we taste is influenced by smell). A stemmed base also lets you swirl, adding oxygen to the drink and further enhancing the smell/taste experience. It's particularly great for single malt whiskeys. Don't even think about doing a mixed drink in it.

whiskey-glasses-snifter.jpg

Snifter Glasses are typically used for brandy, but are often lumped in with other specialty whiskey glasses and do essentially the same thing—they feature a similar tulip design to direct the aroma to your nose, a stem to help drinkers swirl their beverage, and like the Glencairn they just look classy too.

How to pour a perfect glass of whisky?

The experts explained that one should pour whiskey preferably more than a gnat could consume and less than an elephant would, but should mind the head space in the glass for the whisky to breathe, Fox News reported.

In addition to this, experts emphasized that there is no rule that whiskey should go in a rock glass or a shot glass. Actually nosing or tulip shaped glasses are the most commonly agreed glassware type, as they help to concentrate the aromas in one point.
Carl Reavey from Bruichladdich Scotch whisky explained that for social drinking, one should use a wine glass or brandy balloon because it's essential to have the ability to swirl the spirit in the glass and for the glass to have a bowl capable of retaining the aroma.
After choosing the right glassware, one should make his mind to enjoy the drink without the rocks, as it dulls the flavors, and rather should start it neat and then slowly should add water.
At the end, one should take his time and enjoy his whiskey without a feeling that there is a specific rule that must be followed and should not be precious about how to drink whisky.
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  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
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  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
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  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
    Rs 999
    Rs 999 In Stock
  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
    Rs 999
    Rs 999 In Stock
  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
    Rs 999
    Rs 999 In Stock
  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
    Rs 999
    Rs 999 In Stock
  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
    Rs 999
    Rs 999 In Stock
  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
    Rs 1,099
    Rs 1,099 In Stock
  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
    Rs 1,099
    Rs 1,099 In Stock
  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
    Rs 1,099
    Rs 1,099 In Stock
  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
    Rs 1,099
    Rs 1,099 In Stock
  • Branded whiskey glasses that can be personalized. Get a pair for your own bar counter, or gift it to someone really special. A perfect gift for the perfect occasion.
    Rs 1,099
    Rs 1,099 In Stock

Custom Engraved Whisky Glasses 

Create personalized whiskey glasses and gift them to your loved ones on special occasions. These whiskey glasses can be engraved with name, messages, logo, cliparts and other designs. Browse through wide range of designs and personalize them as per yor needs. There are such nights in our life on which we want to flow with the time. We do not always want to be burdened with the worries of life. Some chunk of the day we want to spend ignoring our senses. There should be some honest nights in our lives when we do not really need to be panged by our conscience; we want to follow our heart. Whisky could be your best friend at times such as those. How nice it would be to sip your whisky from a glass that will be personalized only for you! Just imagine, holding a whisky glass with your name written on it- only you are entitled to the glass! Seems interesting? Dezains.com can make it real for you now!

Just check out the beautiful collection of personalised whisky glasses by dezains.com. You can pick the best for you or for others. Meaning, you can also choose the glasses for gifting purposes. Whatever relation or occasion you might want a gift for, these whisky glasses are going to match your requirements through and through. Nearly 50 different items with 50 different shapes and designed and all of them are personalised: isn’t that a great collection to choose from? You can add graphics to it or texts of your choice to the glass. You can also simply have the name of the person you are buying the gift for imprinted on the glass. If you are buying the whisky glass for a couple, you can also have both of their names (or initials) imprinted on top the glass. Want to add graphics or romantic text to it? Choose your text from the sample and your piece will be ready. 

Types of Whisky Glasses

1. The Old Fashioned (or Rocks) Glass

Instagram props

  • For drinking whiskey neat (no ice)
  • For drinking whiskey on the rocks (with ice)
  • For drinking whiskey in cocktails

Rocks and old fashioned glasses are very similar, and sometimes the terms are used interchangably. Whether you like it neat, on the rocks, or in cocktails like the "old fashioned" from which it gets its name, these glasses are sure to get the job done. Design-wise, they are all utility; trading the flash and flair of fancier glasses for (usually) straight sides, a wide brim that allows the whiskey's aromatics to work a little bit on straight pours, and a super thick base to handle mixed and muddled cocktails.

2. The Shot Glass

whiskey-glasses-shot.jpg

  • For fast ingestion

Some prefer to savor the experience of going to a bar or a social event rather than to savor their whiskey, and for this customer, there is the shot glass. There is no enjoying the oaky richness, no meditating on the smoky aroma, just whiskey.

These glasses feature a small volume along with a thick base to stand up to constant use, being one of the most called-for glasses in a bartender's arsenal.

3. The High Ball Glass

whiskey-glasses-high-ball.jpg

  • For drinking whiskey in cocktails

Also called a hi ball glass, this one is for those who want their whiskey with a little less tannin and a little more sour mix. For cocktails where a normal rocks or old fashioned glass can't cut it, a high ball fits the bill—you still get the simple styling and a thick base for mixing and muddling, just in a taller profile for more ice and drink ingredients.

4. Snifter Glasses and Glencairn Glasses

  • For drinking whiskey neat (no ice)
  • Upscale use

whiskey-glasses-glencairn.jpg

Can you take a swig of whiskey and tell if it's single malt or blended from the taste? Have you been described or described yourself as a “whiskey aficionado?” Does the thought of a “whiskey fizz” make you shudder? If you answered yes to these questions, forget everything you just read and skip straight to one of these glasses.

Glencairn Whiskey Glasses are great for customers who like to savor the little nuances of each pour; a wide-based tulip design does two things, making it stable while essentially funneling the aroma to your nose (since a lot of what we taste is influenced by smell). A stemmed base also lets you swirl, adding oxygen to the drink and further enhancing the smell/taste experience. It's particularly great for single malt whiskeys. Don't even think about doing a mixed drink in it.

whiskey-glasses-snifter.jpg

Snifter Glasses are typically used for brandy, but are often lumped in with other specialty whiskey glasses and do essentially the same thing—they feature a similar tulip design to direct the aroma to your nose, a stem to help drinkers swirl their beverage, and like the Glencairn they just look classy too.

How to pour a perfect glass of whisky?

The experts explained that one should pour whiskey preferably more than a gnat could consume and less than an elephant would, but should mind the head space in the glass for the whisky to breathe, Fox News reported.

In addition to this, experts emphasized that there is no rule that whiskey should go in a rock glass or a shot glass. Actually nosing or tulip shaped glasses are the most commonly agreed glassware type, as they help to concentrate the aromas in one point.
Carl Reavey from Bruichladdich Scotch whisky explained that for social drinking, one should use a wine glass or brandy balloon because it's essential to have the ability to swirl the spirit in the glass and for the glass to have a bowl capable of retaining the aroma.
After choosing the right glassware, one should make his mind to enjoy the drink without the rocks, as it dulls the flavors, and rather should start it neat and then slowly should add water.
At the end, one should take his time and enjoy his whiskey without a feeling that there is a specific rule that must be followed and should not be precious about how to drink whisky.