Glasses. Let me talk to you about glasses.
I'm talking about glasses that you put liquid in, not the sort that you wear to see with! I'm always on the look out for unusual glassware so when I saw that drinkstuff were looking for product testers for their bar range I jumped at the chance. I think if you read my blog regularly you will know that I love a nice glass of wine or cocktail so this was the perfect review for me to do!
The glasses that I have been testing out are the 20 oz mason jar drinking glasses , these are based on the classic American mason style jars these glasses are both unique and quirky in style, holding a pint of liquid means they are very versatile for various beverages.
As you can see they are pretty cool! They come well packaged and in a box so are easy to store (although why you would want to store them away I don't know!). I have so many ideas about the type of cocktails that I could use these for in the future but so far I've only used them for a pint of fruit beer and vimto :-)
I've found that even though they look a little bulky, they are lightweight and the chunky glass handle on the side makes them super easy to hold and even when full of liquid they are only a little heavier than a normal pint glass. I ought to mention that these are not suitable for hot drinks, this would not deter me from buying these though as I don't consider them a hot drink glass. They are dishwasher safe which is obviously a massive bonus for me!
You can purchase the glasses directly from drinkstuff for a bargain price of £9.99 for 4 glasses. The website drinkstuff sells a wide range of bar and catering equipment for trade as well as home use so should you require something like that this is absolutely the place to go. There is a massive range, I have had a good look around the website and there is nothing they don't stock I'm sure that's related to drink stuff!!
These cool mason jar glasses will certainly be well used in this house and I'm sure will be a talking point when we have guests over.
What do you think of these and what would sort of drink would you serve in them?