Why Glass Shape Matters When Tasting Scotch

If you’ve decided to invest in a great bottle of Scotch (and you definitely should), it will pay off in spades to get yourself a set of proper tasting glasses to round out the experience. After all, you wouldn’t waste drinking a vintage Châteauneuf-du-Pape out of a Dixie cup, would you?

And it’s not just for show: shape matters because angled sides and a curved bottom make Scotch glasses ideal for picking up the aromas of what’s in your glass. Making the Scotch-drinking experience even more enjoyable about taking time to pick up on the aromas of malted barley and oak casks in your glass.

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Luckily, it’s easier (and cheaper) to stock up on glasses than the good stuff. A set of two crystal Scotch glasses will only set you back $22, but can make all the difference in the world when it comes time to sip that Macallan Rare Cask Single Malt.

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