Bartender-Selected, Best-Designed Glass for the Ice-Cold Martini Experience 2-Piece Set

Bartender-Selected, Best-Designed Glass for the Ice-Cold Martini Experience 2-Piece Set

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Elevate your cocktail experience with our Bartender-Selected Best-Designed Martini Glasses. This 2-piece set, presented in a luxurious gift box, offers the ultimate ice-cold Martini experience. Perfect for home or professional use, these glasses are meticulously crafted to enhance every aspect of your drink, from aesthetics to temperature retention.

Iconic Martini Glass Design: Few symbols in the world of cocktails are as powerful and recognizable as the Martini glass. An angular monument to Deco design, this glass epitomizes the very notion of the cocktail, combining style and functionality in one elegant package.

Unmatched Cold Retention: Inspired by Barnaby Conrad III's vision of a perfectly chilled Martini, our glasses feature a cleverly-designed solid glass base that maintains the lowest possible temperature. Enjoy your Martini icy cold from the first sip to the last, making every sip as refreshing as the first.

Hand-Selected by Professional Bartenders: Chosen for their optimum aesthetics, beautifully balanced composition, and superior cold retention properties, these glasses stand up to the rigors of a busy bar. They represent the pinnacle of professional-driven innovation since the Martini glass debuted at the 1925 Paris International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts.

Versatile and Stylish: At a standard 6-ounce capacity, these glasses are ideal for a variety of Martini variations (Vodka Martini, French Martini, Espresso Martini, Vesper) and other cocktails such as the Manhattan, Brandy Alexander, Cosmopolitan, and Gimlet. The elegantly-curved shape is both functional and visually appealing, enhancing the botanical aromatics of gin and other spirits.

Functional Design: The sturdy stem ensures that your hand does not warm the chilled liquid, while the wide brim promotes surface tension and aromatic dispersion. The solid pressed glass construction and heavier-weighted base reduce the risk of spills, making these glasses perfect for any setting.

Dimensions for Optimal Use: Each glass stands 6 inches tall with a top diameter of 4 1/4 inches and a bottom diameter of 2 1/4 inches, holding up to 6 ounces of your favorite cocktail. These professional-grade glasses are dishwasher safe and freezer safe, making them convenient for regular use.

Perfect Gift for Any Occasion: This set makes a thoughtful gift with effortless sophistication, ideal for dinner parties, birthdays, engagements, weddings, housewarmings, and anniversaries. Celebrate life's special moments with a touch of elegance and style.

Enhance your cocktail experience with our Bartender-Selected Best-Designed Martini Glasses, and make every sip a celebration of classic sophistication and modern innovation.

The Secret of the World’s Coldest Martini.

First, may we put in a word for the much-beloved Martini glass?  There are few symbols in the drink world more powerful, more recognizable or more American.  An angular monument to Deco design, there is arguably no other image that better communicates the very notion of the cocktail.

Barnaby Conrad III writes, “A great Martini should be like skinny-dipping in a nordic lake with Greta Garbo -- teeth-chatteringly cold.”  Style and presentation are significant aspects of the Martini experience, and a freezer-chilled  glass is essential.  In this version of the classic, the cleverly-designed addition of solid glass at the bowl’s base maintains the lowest possible temperature, keeping your drink icy cold to the last sip.
    
Hand-selected by professional bartenders for optimum aesthetics, beautifully balanced composition, multi-sensory and cold retention properties, this exceptional glass stands up to the rigors of a busy bar, arguably the most professionally-driven innovation since the Martini glass was first exhibited in 1925 at the Paris International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts.