Cider glasses are very similar to beer glasses and they can usually be used for other drinks too. However, if you wish to serve your favourite cider properly it has to be in a original cider glass. There are many different options when it comes to cider glasses. Some of them are stemmed cider glasses, chalices, tall or half pint glasses.
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2 x Final Touch Hard Glass (475ml)
The Final Touch Hard Cider Glass set comes with 2 glasses that are ideally designed to enhance aromatics of hard cider. These glasses have a classic bowl shape with a slightly thinner rim and substantial stemmed base. Each has a 475ml capacity, ideal for hard cider and a variety of other aromatic drinks.
For the bolder look to your cider, the Darington Crystal DR3209 fits the bill. This cider glass features a unique base that allows the drink to venture to the very bottom of the glass while providing smooth ribs for easy control of the vessel. The glass holds 520ml and comes complete with a stunning gift box. It is the ideal gift for the cider lover in your family or friend group.
Everyone likes to stand out and know which drink is theres and with the Mikasa C000211 Cheers Beer Glasses, there is no question of drink ownership. Each glass in this unique stemmed set of 4 is presented with its own design. Designs are etched into the glass ware, so it remains durable and dishwasher safe. Each glass maintains a 460ml capacity.
Ideal for restocking your bar’s stem ware or providing a substantial set for your home bar, the LAV Nevakar Stemmed Beer Glasses are stunningly beautiful. The set comes with 12 – 385ml beer glasses. Each maintains a tall 19cm height and substantial base for optimal stability.
The lightweight, streamlined pilsner shape of Strongbow glasses allows you enjoy the carbonation and color of the beer, as well as leave room for a foamy head to form. Slim and straight, with no curves as it goes up, this glass is perfect with pilsner and other light beers. It’s also great with German-style beers such as bock or kölsch. The slightly wider top of the glass helps bring out the flavor and aroma of the beer. They are fun to drink out of, even as they typically hold less beer than other types of beer, however, they vary in size.