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Schott Zwiesel® Bar Collection Contemporary Martini Glass Set

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World-renowned bartender and author of the definitive American Bar, Charles Schumann and German glassmaker Schott Zwiesel bring you the ultimate collection for the bar.

Each piece in this six-piece set is brilliantly clear, lead-free Tritan® Crystal, break-resistant and dishwasher safe. The design follows the ambition that each glass underlines the specific character of its respective drink.

The proven, internationally patented Tritan technology caters for functional handling and optimal presentation of the glasses. The technology ensures that each glass will still sparkle as it did on the first day after years of use.

The traditional conical shape of the 7.6-oz. classic martini glass is perfect for the timeless favorite, shaken or stirred. Made in Germany.

  • Material: Lead-free Tritan Crystal
  • Includes: Set of 6 glasses
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Capacity: 7.6 oz.
  • Made in Germany
 
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Elegant design meets high quality crystal
I was shopping for martini glasses in-person and was immediately struck by this non-traditional take on the classic martini glass. Offering the flexibility for also serving cocktails, their tapered lip is a welcome feature while navigating a cocktail party and hoping to avoid spills. I've not owned any Schott Zwiesel glasses before, but the glass is sturdy and dries fairly spotless - a nice surprise. They have the balance and thickness struck quite well with this line of glassware - I'd recommend to anyone interested in a more contemporary approach to their bar service.
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August 11, 2014
 

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