Introduction of Martini glasses
The so-called martini glasses cover two definitions: first, a glass used to hold a martini; second, a glass called a “cocktail glass” (English: cocktail glass).
The characteristic of martini glasses is that most martinis need to be iced or added with ice, so the glasses used in martinis include goblet glasses, such as champagne glasses (flute-shaped and tulip-shaped), shallow saucer champagne glasses; there are also flat-bottomed glasses, Such as old-fashioned cups, highball cups.
When it comes to making martinis mentioned above, when it comes to martinis generally need ice treatment, so when you drink the cup, you should not directly touch the body of the cup with your hands, lest the temperature of your hands affects the flavor of the wine. Therefore, among the aforementioned wine glasses, shallow-dish champagne glasses are often used to hold cocktails because of their tall feet. Therefore, shallow-dish champagne glasses are particularly called “cocktail glasses”.
Martini glass with a slender handle at the bottom and an equilateral triangle or trapezoid at the top. It is a short drink glass for martini. Its unique shape is brewing thousands of styles, letting the home life exude the mellow martini. Mostly made of glass material.