Ernest Tasting Glass - SET OF 2

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Ernest Tasting Glass - SET OF 2

175.00

The Ernest bar ware Collection; named after renowned explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton and the 2010 discovery of his abandoned camp (1907) in Antarctica. 

This collection was inspired by the discovery of Shackleton’s camp along with a 100 year old crate containing 11 bottles of Mackinlay's Scotch whiskey. Bottles buried in Antarctica's minus 22 Fahrenheit (-30 Celsius) temperature and the desire to have the perfect glass compliment those bottles.

Ernest glassware was designed with a weathered look, as if the glass too had been buried in Antarctica for 100 years and weathered over time.  Each piece is well textured on along the body and contrasted at the bottom with a hand polished fluid like edge.   

These glasses are perfectly counter-weighted with a heavy base.  Subtle qualities of the design are simple yet strong, and earnest.

Larger then a traditional shot glass. The Ernest tasting glass is recommended for slowly sipping your favorite quality alcohol such as mezcal, and others.

2 7/8" X 2 3/4" X 2 3/4"

Volume (per glass): 3 Fluid Ounces

SOLD AS A SET OF 2 GLASSES

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