Examples of decanter in a Sentence
The waiter served us wine from an elegant decanter.
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Vintage art, crystal art decanters, antique textiles.
Made in partnership with Fabien Baron and Lalique, the whisky comes encased in a black crystal decanter.
The Macallan 72 Years Old will be available globally starting in September in 750ml decanters.
The lounge, immediately adjacent to the main room (separated by an etagere filled with elegant stemware and vintage crystal decanters), is a nice place to enjoy a drink, and Blvd’s cocktail program is strong.
Only 600 of the decanters will be made, and each one will be priced at a staggering $60,000.
Sure the tour is nice, seeing where the rickhouse system was invented, admiring the collection of vintage whiskey bottles and decanters (some of which Perry donated).
That’s because extra añejo is tequila’s big stretch into the heady world of high-end brown spirits, an unabashedly flashy space crowded with Cognac in shiny crystal decanters, expensive decades-old Scotch and impossible-to-find single-cask bourbon.
In the living room, the smallest of the spaces, two cane benches face off across a glass table that displays a 1920s Baccarat decanter filled with tequila and six matching glasses.
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DECANTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of decanter for English Language Learners
: a special glass bottle into which wine, whiskey, etc., is poured from its original bottle and from which it is served
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