Red Cup Shot Glass Set

April 30, 2014 - Comment

Generally when you’re buying stemware, you buy sets of things. Sets of water tumblers. Sets of wine glasses. Sets of brandy snifters. (Yes, that’s in there just so we could use the word “snifter.”) There are two pieces of drinkware we generally don’t purchase in matching multiples: coffee mugs and shot glasses. Coffee mugs are

Generally when you’re buying stemware, you buy sets of things. Sets of water tumblers. Sets of wine glasses. Sets of brandy snifters. (Yes, that’s in there just so we could use the word “snifter.”) There are two pieces of drinkware we generally don’t purchase in matching multiples: coffee mugs and shot glasses. Coffee mugs are forgivable. After all, you’re barely awake when you’re pulling them out of the cabinet. If they don’t match, who’s going to care? Heck, who’s going to notice? But shot glasses tend to be a hodgepodge of glassware picked up at various places and events over years. And if you’ve whipped up a pretty shot you want everybody to drink at your themed party, it’s distracting if somebody’s shot is in a tall glass from the local zoo and somebody else’s is in a fluted one advertising Las Vegas. Get a set of 4 cute, matching shot glasses that look like the classic red party cup. Each generously holds 2 oz. so you don’t have to worry about a situation where your alcohol runneth over. They’re great for parties, but we don’t recommend you leave Sharpies out. Folks who’ve been drinking might write on them. It’d probably come off in the wash, but why risk it? Product Specifications Set of 4 shot glasses that look like the classic red party cup Great for fans of Toby Keith Class up your frat party Perfect for American Girl doll parties Also great for espresso aficionados Capacity: 2 oz. each Materials: Ceramic Measurements: 2 1/2″ tall x 2″ top diameter Not dishwasher-safe

Comments

Write a comment