Vinum Single Malt
Sometimes you need a little bit of a kick, whether it’s a traditional whiskey or a more interesting spirit. If you want to try something wilder, then consider a single malt with a single malt glass.
Single malts, which are distilled from the grain of the barley and then aged for at least three years in oak barrels, can be more powerful than their counterparts. So if you’re looking for an extra kick in your drink, then single malt is for you.
Where to use them: Single malts are made for whiskey and other spirits that can take a pounding.
Why they’re awesome: These crazy-strong spirits have a smokey smooth taste that goes great with smokey meats. If you love whiskey, then single malt is perfect for you.
- Tip #1: Be careful when using a single malt because it can be very powerful, so drink in moderation. You might want to mix it with something milder, like Irish whiskey or bourbon.
- Tip #2: If you like your single malt neat and strong, be sure to choose a glass that can withstand the harsh drink. The NEAT glass will help you make the most of your single malt while keeping it cold and looking stylish.
This is one of my personal favorites when it comes to whiskey glasses. It has a nice, wide base and is tall enough to hold even the strongest drinks for several minutes without spilling over. It also looks great on any bar cart or table.
You can add a little touch of class with a highball glass. They’re simple and elegant glassware that holds just about any drink. If you’re looking for a way to get more whiskey into your drinks, then this is the glass for you.
A highball glass is tall and slender and its narrow shape allows the drinker to get every last drop of whiskey out. They’re designed with a small bowl in the bottom of the glass so every last drop stays in the beverage.
Where to use them: Highball glasses are best used for classic whiskey cocktails, like the old-fashioned or whiskey sour. They also come in handy if you’re serving other spirits that need shaking, like rum and tequila.
Why they’re awesome: The narrow shape provides a small amount of headspace, so every last drop is captured in the glass. Plus it’s easy to transport and will look great on your bar cart or tabletop.
- Tip #1: If you’re making whiskey cocktails, then a highball glass is the perfect option. Be sure to use a glass that fits safely into your hands and allows you to stir or shake without spilling out.
- Tip #2: If you want to make use of the small bowel, then be sure it’s large enough for your drink. The highball glass will help contain the liquid and prevent it from spilling over and onto your table and bar countertops.
The classic highball glass is great for any home bar and will work for almost any drink you make. If you like whiskey, then it’s a must-have. Not only does it look classy, but it also allows every last drop to stay in the glass.
I love a great cocktail at home as much as I enjoy a good whiskey. And one way to get the most flavor from your drink is by using a copita.
A copita is a small wooden cup specially designed for serving cocktails. Similar to a wine or champagne flute, the copita gives the drinker a very clear view of their drink without losing any of its subtle flavors.
Where to use them: Easy drinking whiskey and Japanese whiskey are the best way to go with copitas.
Why they’re awesome: The small cup allows you to see your drink without losing its flavor or aroma. Plus the wood will keep the liquor colder for longer, allowing you to savor every last drop. If you’re looking for maximum flavor in your whiskey, then copitas are for you.
Tip #1: If you plan on making whiskey cocktails, then you should consider purchasing a set of copitas. They’re easy to clean and will look great on your bar cart.
Trip #2: If you like to entertain at home, then copitas will help you make your whiskey cocktails look extravagant and delicious. They also make a great addition to any table setting.
The copita has a timeless design and will look great with any type of whiskey you pour in it. Plus it’s perfect for sipping and tasting the subtle flavors different whiskeys have to offer.