Cocktail Mixing Glass Gift Box
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An essential part of any well-equipped home bar, this high-quality Cocktail Mixing Glass offers the ultimate blend of functionality and elegance, adding an opulent accent to your bar while raising your bartending game.
Our Cocktail Mixing Glass is perfect for making all stirred cocktails: this includes martinis shaken, we say, but also or (use our Copper Bar Spoon for this). You can pour directly from the mixing glass into your drinking vessels using our Julep Strainer.
Our Cocktail Mixing Glass has a wide, flat base, which allows for and stable stirring of ingredients, and a wide mouth, which means it will accommodate more ice – achieving a colder cocktail. Finally, it has a lip for easy and efficient pouring, so you can wave goodbye to spillages. It features our signature damask detailing and is presented in a stunning ready-to-gift box, making it an ideal gift.
Contains: 1 x Cocktail Mixing Glass
Dimensions of the Mixing Glass:
Height: 5.91" – 15 cm
Width: 3.46" – 8.8 cm
Length: 3.7" – 9.4 cm
Weight: 1.33 pounds – 606 grams
Capacity: 21.47 fluid ounces – 635 ml
Dimensions of the Gift Box:
Height: 6.3" – 16 cm
Width: 3.86" – 9.8 cm
Length: 3.94" – 10 cm
Weight: 1.85 pounds – 840 grams
Our Cocktail Mixing Glass is made in Poland and is presented in a stunning ready-to-gift box with copper damask detailing.
Please wash in warm soapy water before use. Not dishwasher safe. Hand-wash only and do not soak. Do not use abrasive cleaning products and always dry thoroughly. Intended for use with mixed drinks only.
For stirred drinks, a mixing glass should always be your vessel of choice. It’s an unwritten rule of that glass is preferred when stirring a drink as the sound of a metal against a metal tin is far less appealing that the tinkle of spoon on.
Traditionally a mixing glass usually meant the pint glass element of a Boston shaker, but in recent years the bartending profession has seen the introduction of glass vessels more suited to the task.