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1. Glencairn Glass

Glencairn is the legendary tulip shaped whisky glass that every whisky lover needs. It’s shape means it is the best for tastings, funnelling the aromas speared the opening and allowing the whisky to be swirled so as to unlock all of its flavours. The big brands use glencairn glasses, as do some of the best whisky bars. A definite must for your 2. Stones

We all know how ice can adversely effect the flavour of whisky but at the same time, a lot of people want to enjoy their whisky at icy cool temperatures. The solution? Stones. These are cubes made from stone that you can freeze and then drop in your drink when you need to. They are perfect for cooling down your whisky without ruining the flavour.

2. Stones

We all know how ice can adversely effect the flavour of whisky but at the same time, a lot of people want to enjoy their whisky at icy cool temperatures. The solution? Stones. These are cubes made from stone that you can freeze and then drop in your drink when you need to. They are perfect for cooling down your whisky without ruining the flavour.

3. Tumbler

More glassware, but this time for the aesthetic appeal rather than the practical elements. A tumbler just looks good. It’s what whisky is always seen in when someone cook orders it in a movie. Get one with a heavy bottom and nice clean edges and you will look effortlessly classy when you enjoy a dram. Useless for tasting of course, but worth it for the cool factor.

4. Decanter

A decanter is a great way to aerate whisky and make it look sophisticated at the same time. It’ll look very high class on your Whisky cabinet and you’ll feel like a villain in a Bond movie when you pour from it.

5. Barrel

Not a big barrel, but one that you can neatly fit on your desk. These are fun and quirky,letting you mature malt at home and enjoy a nice dram that you can watch age. They look pretty impressive as well, and you can tell all your friends how you’re an expert whisky maker now.

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