Have you ever wonder how to use the glass cups on the table when you go for an event?

Do you know that According to research The glass cup you pour your drinks  into can help maximize the aromas and body of the drink to optimize flavor.  find out how to make the most of each sip using the appropriate glass cup  and other  fact as you read.

 

BEER GLASSWARE

America and Imperial pint : American and imperial pints share the same basic characteristics (they’re meant to hold beer, they’re cheap, and they’re easy to drink from ,making it a staple in most bars), it’s actually not the best way to bring out the aromas and flavors in many  beers.

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Pilsner:  A pilsner glass is a beer glass used to serve many types of light beers,  They are tall and slender  and tapered .The tall, tapered shape captures the carbonation and color of a pilsner while allowing a foamy head to form.

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Wheat Beer Glass:The shape of this glass is designed specifically for serving wheat beers. This German style of beer( not commonly found in Nigeria) is best enjoyed in a tall glass that slowly tapers out towards the rim. The narrow base is created to trap yeast sediment found is a bottle conditioned Hefeweizen. The wider rim allows for more surface area for a thick head to form.

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Snifter:  Also known as a brandy snifter, cognac glass, or balloon, a snifter is a short-stemmed glass with a wide bottom and relatively narrow top. The wider base allows room for swirling to release aromas, which then get trapped at the narrow top. A rounded bottom makes it easy to cup in your hand, simultaneously warming the liquor ..This glass cup is  for intense beers with strong aromas  This glass is bound to come in handy as well if you’re a brandy drinker.

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Mugs and Steins: reasonably sized mugs and steins are ideal for, lagers, porters, stouts, or anything robust with deep flavors. The wide, cylindrical mug has thick glass walls to help insulate your beer, and a large handle makes it easy to carry.

LIQUOR GLASSWARE

Martini glasses: martini glasses come in a variety of sizes and shapes to help you mix up the perfect drink. For drinks with heavy garnishes choose a larger size there is a point to the martini glass’s cone shape: It prevents your ingredients from separating.

 Coupe: Also known as the Champagne Coupe or the Champagne saucer, the coupe is a stemmed glass featuring a broad, shallow bowl. As you may have guessed, this glass was originally developed for champagne, but today it’s morphed into the go-to glass for many cocktails, Plus the stem keeps your drink cool, and it looks elegant and inviting.

Highball :The highball glass is ideal for carbonated cocktails and drinks.It’s best to keep less surface liquid exposed to air,. The more exposed, the quicker the carbonation will evaporate, leaving you with a flat drink. Order a gin and tonic,  or an anything-and-carbonated drink combo, and you’ll often find yourself holding ,if you see this cup on the table at your next event just pour your coke ,Fanta etc into it.

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Low-ball: Low ball glasses are ideal for spirits or boozier cocktails (think scotch or brandy served on the rocks) ,when you collect that hernnesy at that event with the ice cubes bucket on the table just go for a low ball glass.

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WINE GLASSWARE

Red Wine Glass: Red wines should be served in larger, bowl-shaped glasses to increase surface area and allow for more aroma release,  however, the smaller the glass, the colder it will stay.

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White Wine Glass : Usually white and rose wine are served in slender, tulip-shaped glassware, and that’s not just because of tradition. Smaller glasses help slow down any rise in temperature from the chilled beverages, while the stem of the glass allows you to hold your drink without your hands heating it up,

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Flute:  The narrow, tulip-shaped flute is a familiar drinking vessel at weddings and toast-worthy occasions for holding your celebratory bubbly. The carbonation is the major reason behind the shape, The glass helps retain Champagne’s trademark carbonation, and the bowl is also designed to visually highlight the rising bubbles.

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I know you will be wondering I never made mention of juices and water ,drop your comments on the glass cup appropriate for water and juice.

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