The Norlan
Denver & Liely
The Cube Glass

3 glasses for people who take their scotch neat

The quest for the perfect vessel by which to appreciate the liquid gold is one rarely fulfilled by aficionados. The following three specimens are options that any lover of the top shelf pour would be duly proud of.

The Norlan
Touted as the glass that ‘changes whisky’, the Norlan is answering the plight of whisky experts far and wide. Developed through the process of combining fluid dynamics, material design, and, most importantly, a bona fide love of the good stuff, the eye-catching design makes this a conversation-starting tumbler to behold. (www.norlanglass.com)

Denver & Liely
Vast R&D has given way to this minimalist glass by Denver & Liely. Its super wide base is designed to maximise the surface area from which the peaty, full-bodied nose can be funnelled into one succinct bouquet. What’s most lovable about the streamlined vessel, however, is that it allows for the true exploration of your chosen tipple’s full character. (www.denverandliely.com)

The Cube Glass
The drawcard of the cube glass is that if you keep it in your freezer, it can drop the temp on that scotch without watering it down. Designed by Nate Cotterman, the glass comes with a solid glass cube fused inside. And even if you aren’t keeping it in your freezer, it will be your prized tumbler for its slick design alone. (www.natecotterman.com)

Bon Vivant


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