1954 King Cocktail Shake Again with Eddie

GLASSWARE Fine glasses add to the enjoyment of fine drinks. Never use thick, small or coloured glasses, it is a sacrilege to any drink. Remember also never fill the glasses to the brim; they have to be carried by a waiter or raised to the lips of the drinker. So give the shaking hand a little assistance and maybe you will save cleaners' bills as well as the carpets. Cocktail Glasses Size 2 to 3 oz. Glass should be stemmed, it is easy to hold, and the heat of the hand does not warm the drink. Sherry Glass Size 2 to 3 oz. Also stemmed. Champagne Glass Size 6 oz. Stemmed with bowl shape container.

Claret Glass

Size 5 to 6 oz. Stemmed Goblet.

Hock Glass

Size 5 to 6 oz. Long stemmed.

Brandy Glass Size 8 to 40 oz. Short stemmed, huge bowl shape. Liqueur Glass Size 1 to 2 oz. Stemmed and small bowl shape. Old Fashioned Glass Size 4 to 6 oz. Squat barrel shape with ultra-thick bottom and strong sides.

Highball Glass

Size 8 to 10 oz.

Tall narrow tumbler.

Collins Glass

Size 10 to 14 oz. Tall tumbler.

Goblet Glass Size 8 to 10 oz. Stemmed and round bowl shaped. Tumbler Glass Size 8 to 10 oz. Tall, fairly straight glass


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