Margaritas are traditionnaly served in his eponymous glass, a 2 steps diameter, used for both classic or frozen margaritas.
These glasses are on the taller side, designed specifically to hold a larger volume for cocktails with a high mixer to liquor ratio.
With a conical bowl and a broad rim, martini glasses allow the drinker to fully enjoy the aromas of the liquor within.
A popular choice for serving cocktails on a grander scale. Ideal for mixed drinks with a variety of liquors, juices, and other ingredients.
This glass was initially designed for sparkling wine and Champagne but the New yorkers socialites used it to sip spirits in the 30’s. This glass is perfect for punchy cocktails with a touch of fruit such as the Sidecar or the Eastern Sin.
Cocktails served in these glasses are typically made within the glass itself rather than in a shaker.
This cocktail glass is tall and narrow, perched atop a short stem and a wide base. Ideal for serving mixed drinks on ice.
A glass often found with a small handle elaborated for warm cocktails such as the hot margarita
Interested in monthly cocktail recipes