Old fashioned: Short and stout, this glass is used for mixed drinks served neat or on the rocks (i.e., An Old Fashioned)
Highball: The taller sister of the rocks glass, this is used for a variety of tall cocktails that use juices and mixers (i.e., Gin & Tonic).
Collins: A tall and slender tumbler, this glass is used for its namesake, the Tom Collins, and sometimes Mojitos.
Hurricane: Shaped like a hurricane lamp, this glass is used for tropical drinks, such as The Hurricane or Piña Colada
Beer Mug: Boasting a proud handle, this is used to serve beer.
Pilsner: Tall and tapered, this is used to serve beer.
Mint Julep Cup: Silver and elegant, this iconic cup is used to serve its namesake, the Mint Julep.
Margarita: Wide-rimmed for a sprinkling of salt, this is used to serve its namesake, The Margarita.
Cocktail: Often referred to as a “martini glass,” this slim stemmed glass serves a wide range of cocktails from Martinis to Sidecars.
White Wine: Petite in design, it is used for serving white wine.
Red Wine: Featuring a grander bowl, it is used for serving red wine.
Flute: Slender and delicate, this is used for serving champagne.
Cordial: Typically holding 2 ounces, this small glass is used for flavored sweet liqueurs.
Snifter: A wide bottomed vessel, this glass used for sipping aged liquor, such as brandy.
Sherry: Tulip shaped, this glass is meant for serving sherry.