1. Gin Glasses
Gin glasses come in many different shapes and sizes – perhaps most famous is the Copa de Balon glass, a round glass from the Basque region of spain. Also known as a balloon glass, it’s instantly recognisable for its thin stem, which keeps the drink cold, and bulbous bowl, designed to push the flavourful aromatics of the gin up your nose while you sip. If you’re drinking gin cocktails with carbonation, choose a balloon or highball glass with a narrow opening – it will keep the drink fizzy for longer – and use a tumbler for short gin cocktails such as the Negroni.
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