Meet the original double-walled whisky glass. Developed to elevate your favorite whisk(e)y—whether Scotch, Bourbon, Rye, Canadian, Japanese, you name it—the Norlan Whisky Glass has been designed to capture whisky’s unique aromatics and flavors and deliver them to the senses like never before.
The unique double-walled structure offers a seamless integration of a scientifically performing inside with an aesthetically beautiful outside, for the perfect whisky drinking experience.
The glass is formed by mouth-blowing borosilicate glass into two separate molds: one for the inner wall, and one for the outer wall. When both volumes are ready, the inner wall is inserted into the outer, at which time the rims are joined by spinning the glass rapidly across a linear flame.
A distinctive result of the double-walled construction is the intensity of color added to spirits in the bowl, which is further carried up into the rim of the glass.
95 mm tall, 82 mm diameter,
63 mm diameter at rim
~ 175 ml to rim.
Recommended pour 20 to 40 ml.
~ 125 grams (that’s very light)
The Norlan Whisky Glass is a hybrid of a highly functional interior with an aesthetically beautiful exterior. Designed by Sruli Recht in 2015, the glass underwent dozens upon dozens of iterations. It was further refined with the help of master distiller Jim McEwan. Since being released, it has become an icon in the world of whisky.
- A modern, lightweight design featuring double-walled borosilicate glass.
- A specially designed interior serves to eliminate ethanol burn and deliver aromatics better than any other glass.
- Special protrusion forms inside the glass create wave-like movements in the liquid, exposing more of it to the air. This helps the ethanol in the alcohol evaporate, releasing the scents within the alcohol and creating a stronger impression of the flavour when smelt before drinking.
- AWARDED BY THE BEST
- The Norlan Whiskey Glass is the proud recipient of several design awards, including the Red Dot Award in 2019 and the German Design Award in 2020.