Matterhorn Whiskey Glasses

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

As the popularity of whiskey continues to rise, independent design firms are creating unique tumblers to help you build out your barware collection. The crew at Tale Design’s have produced one of our favorite offerings in these Matterhorn Whiskey Glasses.

As you may have already gleaned from the name, these tumblers were inspired by the Swiss Alps’ Matterhorn. The bottom of the glass rises up, taking on the silhouette of the iconic 14,690 foot tall mountain. There’s only one drawback. If you like to use ice spheres with your spirit, it’s not going to work with this glass. But if you’re like us, and you prefer your whiskey neat, this is a must have. Each crystal set comes with 2 glasses and can be picked up by contacting the designers directly through their online store. [Purchase]

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