Bordeaux glass & white wine glass (Shirley glass, some champagne glasses for smelling are the same)
One of the two cup types I often use.
(1) The ultimate experience is aggravated-whiskeys with strong aroma impact but rich flavor elements, such as Ardbeg Supernova, Octomore and other heavy peat flavors or heavy Shirley flavored bottling, but if the drinker is concerned with strong alcohol, mud Don’t use this kind of cup with a more restrained mouth if you don’t adapt to the smell of coal and barrels.
(2) Conventional experience-the aroma expression style is exquisite, elegant, and delicate, but needs to strengthen the impact of alcohol, peat, and barrel aging, such as Laphroaig’s feminine and feminine bottling, the Macallan’s Traditional style bottling, Glenfiddich single barrel vintage bottling, etc.
(3) Sometimes in order to experience the special aroma of certain wines, this type of cup is also used, such as Lagavulin, Dalmore’s orange fruit elements, and Ardbeg’s lemon.