Product code: 68327603
Made from Crystal glass giving them transparency, strength and durability. The shape and weight of this tumbler is perfect for whisky-based cocktails, or for simply enjoying spirits on the rocks.
Inspired by the innovation and eclectic playfulness of Jason’s cocktail bars, the Social barware collection mixes luxe materials with contemporary shapes, drawing on Jason's wealth of knowledge to provide the perfect tools for crafting cocktails at home.
Each pair of glasses comes with a recipe card that can be used at home, with the tools, to create the cocktails invented by the world-renowned mixologists at Jason’s bar – The Blind Pig.
Recipe: New York Sour
Ingredients 40ml American whiskey 10ml red wine 2 dashes bitters 20ml fresh lemon juice 10ml sugar syrup
Garnish Twist of lemon peel 2 cherries
Method Add all of the ingredients apart from the red wine into a cocktail shaker, fill with ice and shake hard for 15 seconds. Strain over fresh ice cubes into a double old fashioned glass, and then slowly add 10ml of red wine over the top. Garnish with the lemon peel twist and two cherries on a toothpick.
- Social by Jason Atherton
- Country of Origin
- H9 x W8cm
- Dishwasher Safe
- Gift boxed
- Cut Crystal Glass
- Microwave Safe
Brand information & size guide
Jason Atherton is a globally renowned British Michelin-starred chef, with a restaurant group spanning London, Hong Kong, New York, Dubai, Shanghai, Singapore and Sydney. Inspired by Jason’s restaurants, where socialising and sharing are key, the ‘Social’ range introduces his relaxed style of fine dining to the contemporary home.
Choosing the perfect glassware
Glass comes in a range of weights, cuts and clarity and we have a wide selection for you to choose from, designed to suit every budget and occasion.
|Soda lime||Versatile and available in many colours and styles, soda lime glass is perfect for everyday use. Its ingredients are made up primarily of sand, soda ash and lime which are scientifically measured to ensure that the finished piece is exactly as desired. Soda lime is used in machine made and handmade items.|
|Crystal Glass||Finer in quality with greater clarity than soda glass, crystal is ideal for both every day and special occasions. Crystal Glass is superior to Soda Lime Glass in quality and allows for a finer cut rim instead of rounded or rolled edges.|
|Lead crystal||With a beautiful clarity, weight and resonance, lead crystal is a quality choice. To be called 'Lead', the glass has at least 24% Lead Oxide in its composition. Lead Crystal was traditionally used for cutting as it was often produced with a thicker wall. This glassware is to be handwashed, only.|
|Sparkx®||Neither Soda Lime Glass or Crystal Glass, but is Ultra Clear Glass is pure, transparent and heavy metal free. Plus it is resistant to attrition caused by dishwashers.|
|SON.hyx®||This is high-tech crystal glass, meaning it has all the same ingredients at Crystal Glass but also some extra properties that makes it even stronger with a better clarity. SON.hyx is more resistant to attrition from dishwashers than ordinary Crystal Glass and even sparkx®.|
|LUXION®||100% Lead free Crystal glass which replaces its former 24% Lead Crystal composition. It has ultra-clear transparency & exceptional resistance to dishwasher detergents whilst retaining its strength and durability. This glassware type is also 100% recyclable.|
|Recycled||Glassware which has been recycled is handmade and reuses otherwise wasted glass.|
|Tempered||Tempered glass is heat resistant to withstand high temperatures and the tempering process makes is durable and stronger than Soda Lime glass.|
|Handmade||This type of glassware is either handblown or mouthblown. Handmade glass can be produced in any of the glass materials listed above, depending on the quality required and capabilities of the manufacturer. Both types of glassware are suitable for use in the dishwasher and any occasion.|
|Decorative||There are many ways to decorate glass including; cutting, spraying, diamond etching, pantograph etching, silk screen printing, sand blasting, hand painting and even adding Swarovski Crystals. Such techniques can be applied to any glass material.|
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