As if scotch needed any more classing up, the new Diamond-Cut Whisky Glasses from Ashcroft show that the presentation of the fine spirit can be just as attractive as it is delicious. The glasses feature a multifaceted design on their exterior that looks like raw diamonds exposed along the face of a mine.
The Diamond-Cut Whisky Glasses are made of glass, not pure diamond, though that shouldn't detract from their elegance. Part of the appeal of the design is that it splinters the appearance of the whisky inside in much the same way that a diamond fragments the light that enters it.
The glasses were designed in Poland, and they maintain that European quality. The glass is sturdy and heavy, ensuring that the tumblers won't break when being washed or handled.
Ashcroft's Diamond-Cut Whisky Glasses were Designed in Poland
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