The Dizzy Whisky Glass offers a playful and unique experience for drinkers. A simple concept, it takes the idea behind the spinning top toy and applies it in a more practical manner. Since whisky drinkers are encouraged to whirl their drinks around from time to time to aerate it, the Dizzy Whisky Glass provides another way to do so in place of physically holding it.
Created by London-based designer Sebastian Bergne, the Dizzy Whisky Glass is the latest version of the original Dizzy Glass, which was designed for Bergne's wedding back in 1996. While that one was meant to be used for nonalcoholic beverages, this one boasts a larger size to better accommodate the properties of whisky.
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