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  • Re: Nick and Nora glasses?

    I have yet to see a recipe that specifically calls for them. Any drink that calls for a cocktail glass should be fine. If you have a wide array of glassware like we do, then the recipe itself will help guide you for your glassware choice. In my mind, simple but elegant drinks like Martinis, Alaskas,...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Fred Yarm on 29 Jul 2012
  • Re: Seattle Space Needle Champagne Christening Glass

    If you do speak to them about a "Reproduction glass", please get them to do the base in a different color or something else that's different ...so one can always tell the original (vintage) from the new (repro) glass!
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by vlswan on 30 Apr 2011
  • Re: Seattle Space Needle Champagne Christening Glass

    Saw your post. My glass is a bit different. No engraving, different bowl. Bought it on ebay a couple of years ago. Immediately was offered twice what I paid...was that you? My cousin's partner has 2 just like this. He was quoted in the Seattle PI talking about the christening glasses. You saw your...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by vlswan on 29 Apr 2011
  • Is there a "correct" Mint Julep cup size?

    Hi all, I've been researching for a few days and have found no definitive answer or even a consensus among books or bartenders. Is there a correct or proper size in dimensions or volume for a Mint Julep cup? I'm planning an order for my store and I'm waffling between the 8 or 10 oz mint julep...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Adam Lantheaume on 29 Mar 2009
  • Re: Glassware, Neat & Cheap

    The best "bang for buck" stems I'm aware of are the standard v-shaped glasses at Ikea. Sounds tacky, but for just over a buck a stem, they're what I use if I'm serving more than a few folks at home, or tending at a friend's home who I don't expect to have adequate glassware...
    Posted to Tools and Technology (Forum) by Chris Bersbach on 22 Dec 2008
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