A guide to whisky glasses. Whisky glasses are shaped to enhance the experience of drinking and nosing whisky. The most popular glasses feature a bulbous body shape which allows aromas to collect and be directed through a narrow rim.
Whisky glasses are collector’s items, but they’re also chosen by connoisseurs for special occasions. This article deals with glasses that are exclusively made for tasting single malt whisky …
Norlan Whisky Glass Review. In Glassware Reviews by Patrick “Pops” Garrett December 7, 2015 7 Comments. Let’s get something out-of-the-way before we dive into our review of the Norlan whiskey glass. I’m able to enjoy bourbon from just about any type of glass, cup, jar or bottle. At the end of the day the quality of the juice and the company
Meet the glass that changed whisky. The Norlan Whisky Glass has been developed through a process of combining fluid dynamics modeling and bio-mimicry, out of a love for whisky matched with a frustration by the poor glassware available to whisky enthusiasts.
The Norlan Whisky Glass has been designed to capture whisky’s complex flavors and aromatics and deliver them to the senses like never before. Meticulously refined with the help of a master distiller, the double-walled glass combines a scientifically performing inside with an aesthetically beautiful outside.
This is the best Scotch/Whiskey glass on the market today. I upgraded from the much more expensive Ridel VINUM glass which is meant for Single Malts (and other Whiskeys), however the Glencairn glass is simply superior because of its shape — it concentrates the aromas in an optimal fashion, and half the enjoyment of drinking fine Scotch is in the nose.