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More than 1,000 guests danced the day away to A$AP Rocky and 21 Savage while stars and VIPs beat the heat in poolside cabanas with goblets of Moët Ice Imperial — the first-ever champagne created to specifically be enjoyed over ice.
For example, the Romans created a fourth-century goblet known as the Lycurgus cup, which appears jade green when lit from the front but blood red when backlit.
Ballard Designs Bunny Williams goblets, $59 for 4, ballarddesigns.com.
Glassware and bar fixings are also refreshed with each menu, better to reflect the theme: that GDL cocktail, for example, is served in a goblet-like martini glass with a cactus stem, a cliché staple of any airport Mexican restaurant.
Plain wine goblets are always lovely for wine, but cocktails call for something special.
Tickets includes two beer tickets, and the first 200 guests will get a special AK Beer Week goblet. $20 in advance; $25 at the door.
Experience of entertaining in France has taught me to use elegant 100ml glasses for British friends and late-19th-century 200ml goblets for French ones.
Hold your goblet with both hands on your chest while standing with your feet shoulder-width apart.
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Origin and Etymology of goblet
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of goblet for English Language Learners
: a container used for drinking liquids that has a round bowl on top of a stem attached to a flat base
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