Glasses & tumblers at eCraftIndia are unique and have handcrafted prints on it too. A cocktail glass is a glass tumbler used to serve cocktails and other blended drinks that include a high balance of a non-alcoholic seltzer, and are drenched over ice. It is often used reciprocally with the Glass, although the cocktail glass is smaller and broader in form.
Different types of Tumbler glasses are:
1. Highball glass: A highball glass is a tumbler glass that can hold 240 to 350 milliliters. It is used to serve cocktails and other combined drinks. An example size is 7 cm in caliber by 15 cm in length. A highball glass is higher than an Old Fashioned glass and smaller and broader than a Collins glass.
2. Collin glass: A collins glass is a tumbler glass that typically will contain 300 to 410 milliliters. It is used to serve infused drinks, especially Collins cocktails. It is barrel-shaped and more narrow and higher than a highball glass. An example size is 6 cm in caliber by 17 cm in elevation.
3. Shot glass: A shot glass is a small tumbler glass basically intended to endure or level spirits, that is either ingested right from the glass or drained into a drink. A spirituous drink is subserved in a shot glass. Shot glasses decorated with a wide variety of toasts, announcements, funny photographs, or other embellishments and words are popular mementos, especially as the merchandise of a winery.
4. Old fashioned glass: An old fashioned glass, also known as a rocks glass, and lowball glass, is a short tumbler glass used for serving drinks, with ice cubes. It is also commonly used to serve certain drinks, such as the old fashioned, from which it derives its title. Old fashioned glasses typically have a broad rim and a heavy bottom, so that the non-liquid components of a drink can be crushed using a muddler before the foremost fluid elements are added. Old fashioned glasses usually contain 180ml–300 ml. A binary old fashioned glass contains 350ml–470 ml.