- Premium Gift Box Set of 2 iconic, classically-designed Coupe Hotel Bar Cocktail Glasses, inspired by Paris in the 1920s, the epicenter of nightlife for American expatriates in the 1920s; Raise a glass to 1920s Paris and the Americas who imbibed there
- Arguably a classic barware essential, this Gift Box of stemmed coupe cocktail glasses includes an homage to the meeting places of Ernest Hemingway, Picasso, Aaron Copland, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Henry Miller, Sherwood Anderson, Ezra Pound, and James Joyce in Paris; the sentimental value of these glasses makes for a great conversation starter
- Extremely versatile and multipurpose, each voluptuous, perfectly-proportioned bowl is designed to enhance aromas and taste, to hold a drink without sloshing or spilling; use for bubbly or any cocktail shaken and served up; easily-cleaned, dishwasher-safe and made to last; durable enough for everyday use
- Excellent Cocktail Gift Set for every celebratory occasion, each glass a stylish way to experience craft cocktails, perfect as a set for formal entertaining; on the larger side of the coupe glass spectrum, each glass feels good in the hand; and each glass is on the thicker side, as is the stem, so there’s no worry about breaking in the wash
- Dimensions for superior functionality: 6-inches (Height); 3 3/4-inches (top diameter), 2 3/4-inches (base diameter); 8 1/2 ounces (Volume Capacity), plenty of room for a cocktail and a full pillow of foam
- Balanced when sipping, robust and flexible; the flat foot and soaring pulled stem seamlessly transitions to the coupe bowl with a reinforced rim
- The bowl curves in slightly, directing the aromas of the drink towards the nose and palate, similar to the effects of a wine glass
Hemingway in Paris.
Ernest Hemingway moved to Paris in 1921, with his wife Hadley, to work as a foreign correspondent for the Toronto Daily Star, and to write. He met, drank with, loved, and loathed people like Gertrude Stein, James Joyce, Ezra Pound, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Joan Miró, and Pablo Picasso. Hemingway frequented the iconic literary hangouts Les Deux Magots and Café de Flore. But his favorite place to drink was the bar at the city’s most famous hotel, sipping cocktails made by bartender Frank Meier.
The stature and sleek design of the 1920s-era Paris Hotel Bar Cocktail Coupe offers a stunning visual presentation for the home dinner or cocktail party. Enjoy favorite cocktails in an elegant glass, with a side of history. Offered in a Gift Box Set of 2, for keeping or giving.