- 4 Vintage Champagne Coupes, as seen in classic 1942 film "Casablanca"
- Dimensions: 4 1/2" tall; 3 1/4" rim diameter; 2 3/4" base; Capacity 5 1/2 ounces
- Wide-bottomed coupe is the embodiment of sophisticated Champagne drinking
- Widely used for a variety of artisan cocktails, as well as Champagne
- Gift Box includes beverage coasters from "Rick's Cafe Americain" in French Morocco
Gift Box Set of Vintage Coupe Glasses. Perfect for Serving Champagne or Cocktails, As Time Goes By.
In the classic film, "Casablanca," Champagne never seems to stop flowing. The movie's coupe-style Champagne glass has nearly as much screen time as Humphrey Bogart, and its saucer-shape is, like the film itself, a timeless classic.
Identical to the original 1942 movie prop, the re-discovered Champagne Coupe, standing 4 1/2 inches tall, is offered in a Gift Box of 4, along with recipes for Champagne Cocktail and French 75 (Champagne-based drinks served at Rick's Cafe), plus beverage coasters from Rick's Cafe Americain.
The coupes are designed to cocktail-bar standards--sleek, durable (meaning you can load them in the dishwasher), and holding a volume of 5 1/2-ounces. They double as retro cocktail glasses, used in bars these days with as much frequency as Collins or Old-Fashioned glasses, if not more. As time goes by, these will be remembered as the glasses used in the most famous toast ever: "Here's looking at you, kid."