cocktail glass


Definition of cocktail glass

: a bell-shaped drinking glass usually having a foot and stem and holding about three ounces (90 milliliters)

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Once the last guest is gone, resist the urge to crawl into bed and give your kitchen at least a little love: Toss lingering napkins and disposable servingware, wrap up any leftovers, and bring wine or cocktail glasses to the sink. Vogue, "Kitchen Confidential: 4 Tricks to Make Your Post-Party Cleanup a Breeze," 16 Nov. 2018 Whip until smooth, transfer to cocktail glass and let sit for 5 minutes., "6 Mocktail Recipes That Make Happy Hour Way Healthier," 12 July 2018 Shake well and strain into cocktail glass with a sugared rim. Sam Dangremond, Town & Country, "What's the Difference Between Cognac and Brandy?," 12 Dec. 2017 The company’s signature appetizer plate is grooved on one side to hold a fork, and its bottom fits snugly over the top of a cocktail glass, so guests can keep a hand free without spilling. Karen Stabiner, New York Times, "For the State-of-the-Art Wedding Feast, ‘Look Is Everything’," 18 June 2018 With the majority of items at counter height, Mr. Bell only keeps fine china, meat grinders, cocktail glasses and a prized Robot-Coupe, a professional-grade food processor, out of arm’s reach. Alina Dizik, WSJ, "The Rise of the Child-Friendly Luxury Kitchen," 14 June 2018 The suite even includes bags from her favorite store, Bloomingdales, plus monogramed Dorothy Draper cocktail glasses and a vintage Dom Perignon Champagne bucket in the bar. Danielle Tullo, House Beautiful, "You Can Now Vacation in Marilyn Monroe’s Former Home," 31 May 2018 Makes 1 cocktail 1 sugar cube 3 dashes of peach bitters 1 peach, skinned, pitted and cut into wedges 3 sprigs lemon thyme 2½ ounces bourbon Slices of peach, for garnish Instructions: Drop a sugar cube into a cocktail glass. San Antonio Express-News, "Recipe: Orchard Old-Fashioned," 30 May 2018 To serve, rim a cocktail glass with a mixture of ¼ cup salt, ¼ cup unseasoned breadcrumbs, 1 Tbsp. Alyse Whitney, Bon Appetit, "This Avocado Toast Cocktail Is My New Favorite Brunch Drink," 13 Mar. 2018

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1907, in the meaning defined above

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