Essential Glassware Every Bar Needs
Part 2 'Everything Else'
“Will there be any bartenders up there in Heaven, will the pubs never close?”
- Richard Thompson
Martini glasses are used for drinks between 3 and 6 ounces that are most often served "up" without ice.
Coupe glasses are stemmed, and typically defined by their broad, shallow saucer. They're exclusively used for serving “up” drinks.
The margarita glass is used primarily for serving margaritas. The double-bowl is a fun and distinctive shape that works particularly well for frozen margaritas.
A Champagne glass is a form of stemware designed specifically to enhance the drinking of champagne.
Snifters are a type of glass made for aged spirits like brandy and whiskey. They have a bowl-like appearance with a short stem, a large bottom, and a narrow mouth.
The Moscow mule is popularly served in a copper mug, which takes on the cold temperature of the liquid.