Highball Cup (Highball Cup)
It can be used when drinking ice whiskey, soda, gin and tonic or various other soft drinks. It has a wide range and is suitable for slowly tasting whiskey.
Because it is more common, a flat-bottomed glass is generally called a “cup” directly, and when drinking ice whiskey and soda, it is called a “Highball Cup”.
There are many classifications with capacities ranging from 180ml to 300ml, but recently larger-caliber flat-bottomed glasses have become more and more popular.
Application: Whiskey cocktail or whiskey soda.
The highball glass or Collins glass is straight-shaped in appearance, but the capacity is slightly different. The highball glass has a capacity of 8-10 ounces (1 ounce is approximately equal to 28.35 milliliters), and the Collins glass has a capacity Usually 12 ounces.
The highball glass and the Collins glass have larger capacity than the classical glass. These two glasses are mainly prepared for mixing whiskey with water or making cocktails with whiskey as the base wine.