Should strawberry daiquiri be served in a martini glass or a margarita glass? Can you taste tequila sunrise in a hurricane glass? With such a wide variety of cocktail glasses, you may feel that you only need to choose a suitable wine glass for your cocktail to mix the wine, so this cocktail glassware guide can help you.
Whether you are gathering for friends or opening your own cocktail bar, choosing the right cocktail glass is not only related to the presentation, but also to taste. Wide-brimmed glasses are great for strong, strong cocktails, which can be paired with cocktail decorations and fruit slices, while taller glasses are ideal for layered cocktails, with enough ice space. This guide will ensure that you do not offer guests margaritas with Pina Colada glass.
James Bond’s famous saying “shake without stirring” makes classic cocktail glasses more popular, and martini glasses are also commonly called “cocktail glasses”. This type of stem glass usually holds 5 to 10 ounces. The fluted design can not only hold a variety of martini cocktails (classic, dry, dirty), but also very suitable for holding powerful, small cocktails, such as Metropolis, Manhattan or Sidecar.
The classic martini cocktail contains 3 parts of gin and ½ amount of vermouth, which can be mixed after mixing the glass with ice, then filter it into a martini glass, and add olive or lemon flavor.
Special Martini Cocktail Glass
Margarita glasses are specifically designed for this tequila cocktail. They are slightly larger than martini glasses and usually hold 10 to 15 ounces. Margarita wine glasses’ high stems and narrow to wide rim bowls are easy to recognize. The bowls are usually coated with lime and salt, and are also great for placing cocktail decorations and decorations. You can also use Margarita wine glasses for a variety of frozen cocktails, such as daiquiri, or even frozen dessert glasses.
Margarita cocktail contains 2 parts silver tequila, 1 part lemon juice and 1 ounce of Cointreau, shake it with ice, then pour the ready-made lime and salt coated ma Greta in the glass.
Cabernet Sauvignon Margarita cocktail glass
Pina Colada glasses
This goblet-shaped glass is very large and can hold a lot of coconut cream and pineapple juice. It is perfect for pairing with Pina Colada cocktail. Pina Colada glasses have longer stems than Hurricane glasses, which is ideal because it prevents hands from heating the beverage.
The Pina Colada cocktail contains 2 measures of white rum, 2 measures of pineapple juice and 2 measures of coconut cream, shake it with ice, then filter into the Pina Colada glass and garnish with pineapple spear and cherry.
Pina Colada glass
The Hurricane Cup is named after Pat O’Brien ’s New Orleans cocktail. The stem of the glass is short and the curved bowl is high, just like a hurricane lamp. This glass usually holds 16 to 20 ounces and is ideal for serving frozen and tropical beverages.
A hurricane cocktail contains 2 parts black rum, 1 part white rum, 1 part passion fruit juice, 2 parts orange juice, 1 part lime juice, 1 part pineapple juice and some Angosdula bitters, shake them Add ice cubes evenly, then garnish with lime and pineapple wedges.
Hurricane cocktail glass
Tom Collins glasses
The Tom Collins glass is tall and narrow, and can be easily interchanged with hiball glasses. The capacity is usually 10 to 14 ounces. The Collins glass has enough ice space and is perfect for a variety of long cocktails, including Mojito cocktails, Long Island iced tea, sea breeze and of course Collins cocktails.
Tom Collins cocktail contains 2 parts of gin, 1 part of lemon juice and ½ part of simple syrup, pour it into a glass filled with ice, add 4 parts of cold soda, then mix and garnish Lemon slices and cherries.
Original disco cup
Cocktail punch bowl
Cocktail punch bowls come in various shapes and sizes, whether you want to provide unique food or make a cocktail punch to share, they are ideal for parties. From traditional hole punches with with subs to novel fish tanks and oversized goblets, they have all become ideal focal points for parties.
Plastic cocktail fish tank
Small wine glass
Small wine glasses are not limited to tequila, but can also provide the perfect foundation for unique cocktails or layered cocktails. Traditionally, small wine glasses range in size from 1 to 3 ounces and have a variety of unique designs, including tall wine glasses for layered shooting, jagerbomb small glasses for shooting and chaser, and small twisted shots for mixed shooting Wine glass.
Econ wine glass
Champagne glasses have two unique styles: a tulip-shaped champagne glass and a wide bowl of champagne saucers. Both are great for serving champagne cocktails》