The etymology of the word whisky came from the Classical Gaelic word that means ‘water.’
The combination of glass is associated with a whiskey glass.
Whisky glass is mostly colorless and transparent glass made through the breakdown of a complex structure of grain mash into a more straightforward form by the process called fermentation or fermented grain mash process.
Whisky glasses are classified in a wide range of shapes and sizes depending upon the requirement of glass.
Formation of whisky glass
Production of whisky glass requires the fermentation of grains mash obtained from sources such as barley, corn, rye, and wheat.
Then it went through the process of distillation.
Distillation is a process that separates the liquid components from other substances.
In whisky glass formation, it removes the sulfur present in the grain, which gives toxicity to glasses if it remains in the composition.
Then glass went through the aging process, and aging is a time between distillation and packaging; after the aging process is completed, it is ready for packaging and exports into different countries in the world.
The beauty of whisky glass
While talking about whisky glasses’ physique, it is colorless, transparent, and vividly style glasses.
The whisky glass’s appearance increases the beautiful exposure of the drinking experience while its cracking noise is pleasant to hear.
The bulbous body shape whisky glasses are the most famous and popular feature of whisky glasses; the bulbous glass is a bulging, round, and upward swollen whiskey glass whose compact tiny particle allows the aroma to reach and accompanies through a tapering edge.
To enhance the drinking experience of drinkers, one needs to choose the best out of a wide variety of whisky glass available on the market.
Different type of whisky Glasses
A manufacturer can also manufacture customized and personalized shape and size whisky glass.
Let’s have an outlook of commonly used and popular whisky glass available worldwide.
- The copita glass: The other name of copita glass is tulip glass, the term used more commonly than copita glass. These glasses are in tulip flower shape, usually round, significant, and mildly swollen in structure. Most gourmets and specialists in taste choose these glasses because of their aromatic and classy features.
- The tumbler whisky glass: The tumbler whisky glasses are simple yet beautiful glasses and the most commonly used whisky glasses. It is also called a rocks glass, the lowball whisky glass, and the old-fashioned glass.
- The Balloon and brandy ball glass: As the name suggests, it is a balloon-shaped glass and can be found in every gentlemen’s drinking wardrobe; its tapering ending edge inspires releasing hard ethanol vapors, overwhelming other pleasant smells.
- The highball glass: The highball glasses are cocktail party glasses usually over heightened than other whisky glass. The volumes and density are high because it allows the proper mixture of ice, spirit and through a long way, it becomes stress releasing drinks.