Liqueur glasses

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All about liqueur glasses - material, care and design

1. liqueur glass materials

Liqueur glasses come in a variety of materials, including crystal, glass, ceramic and even stainless steel. Crystal glasses are particularly popular because of their clarity and beauty.
They are made from the finest quartz sand and are produced through an intricate process. Glasses made of glass are less expensive and are particularly suitable for everyday use. Ceramic glasses are particularly robust and heat-resistant, while stainless steel glasses are especially hygienic and durable.

2. Care of liqueur glasses

The care of liqueur glasses depends primarily on the material. Crystal glasses should be washed carefully by hand to avoid scratches. Glass glasses can be cleaned in the dishwasher, while ceramic and stainless steel glasses are heat-resistant and can therefore also be cleaned in the dishwasher. It is important to take care not to use abrasive cleaning agents, which can damage the material.

3. design of liqueur glasses 

Liqueur glasses come in a variety of designs, from classic to modern. Popular classics are glasses in baroque style or art deco style. Modern glasses often have a simple and straightforward shape that can be integrated particularly well into contemporary living spaces.

Some glasses also have special features such as coloured decorations or patterns that make the glass particularly attractive. There are also liqueur glasses that are specially designed for certain spirits such as cognac or sherry. In order to personnalise them it's better for the glasser not to have too many reliefs on the outer part.


The Liqueur glasses Distisuisse and Grappaclassico have a beautiful design with an intricate shape, not only they are stunning but their shape is especially made to taste liqueur.

Glasses made of glass

Glasses are particularly popular because of their clarity and beauty. The glasses are often decorated with fine ornaments and engravings, which make the glass appear particularly noble and exclusive.

There are different types of liqueur glasses that are used for different types of liqueur. 

Here are some examples:

  • Shot glasses: These glasses are small and thick-walled and are used for high-proof spirits such as schnapps, whiskey or vodka.
  • Liqueur glasses: These glasses are usually smaller than shot glasses and have a wider opening. They are used for liqueurs with a lower alcohol content, such as Cointreau or Bailey's.
  • Champagne glasses: These glasses have a narrow opening and a tall stem. They are used for champagne and other sparkling wines.
  • Red wine glasses: These glasses have a wider opening and a short stem. They are used for port and other sweet wines. It is important to note that these are general guidelines and there are no set rules for the use of liqueur glasses. Ultimately, it depends on which glass is best suited to accentuate the aroma and flavour of the liqueur.

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