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Scotch glasses

sydneycentric

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Where can one buy some good quality scotch glasses online or in Sydney these days to complement my bottle of Chivas Regal?
 

Huntsman

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Do you want tumblers, or nosing glasses, or what?
 

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It's called a double old fashioned.
 

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Originally Posted by sydneycentric
Would anyone recommend also getting a decanter?

I always wanted to get one ... but then thought to myself I'd always forget what I put into it

Though if you have one standard scotch that you would always keep in it I would say go for it
 

Edward Appleby

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I've always used old fashioned glasses, but I recently got a bottle of Jack (I know, it's not Laphroaig, but I wanted something American to drink on election night and it was all I could get my hands on) that came with a free tumbler which is surprisingly thick and nice, and I must say I'm quite fond of it.
 

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