Ever Wondered Why Different Drinks Are Served In Different Kinds Of Glasses?

Ever Wondered Why Different Drinks Are Served In Different Kinds Of Glasses?
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The last night I visited the club, I observed the bartender serving different drinks in different glasses and the overcrowded disc made his job more tougher. And this made me think why don't they just use one single glass which can serve all kinds of drinks?

And it's not just me there are a lot many club hoppers who keep on trying different drinks and get wobbly by the number of glasswares on the shelves of bars.  

So the answer is right here that why there is not just one multi-purpose glass that can serve all drinks. 

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Beer is served in Tumbler so that it can hold a large quantity because it has a less alcohol content and therefore can be drunk in considerable amount. 

Beer is served in Tumbler so that it can hold a large quantity because it has a less alcohol content and therefore can be drunk in considerable amount. 

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The Shot Glass has a wide opening so that mouth can fit easily and the job can be done quickly. It's preferably for Vodka and Tequila. 

The Shot Glass has a wide opening so that mouth can fit easily and the job can be done quickly. It's preferably for Vodka and Tequila. 
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Martini is served without ice so to maintain the chill, it is served in this conical glass with the long stem so that you don't hold the glass and transfer heat. 

Martini is served without ice so to maintain the chill, it is served in this conical glass with the long stem so that you don't hold the glass and transfer heat. 
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The wine glass has an opening so that nose can fit and you can take a good sniff before drinking it because for wine drinkers, odour is 90% of the taste. 

The wine glass has an opening so that nose can fit and you can take a good sniff before drinking it because for wine drinkers, odour is 90% of the taste. 
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The Whisky glass has a broad and uniform bottom so that it can hold large quantities of ice cubes and the wide opening gives you a nice sniff when you drink it which will boost the overall tippling experience. 

The Whisky glass has a broad and uniform bottom so that it can hold large quantities of ice cubes and the wide opening gives you a nice sniff when you drink it which will boost the overall tippling experience. 
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The Champagne flute has a narrow bottom which enables the bubble to last as long as possible. Some flutes have a bead at the lower part so that bubbles come out uniformly. 

The Champagne flute has a narrow bottom which enables the bubble to last as long as possible. Some flutes have a bead at the lower part so that bubbles come out uniformly. 
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Mojito is served in the Collins Glass because it is broad enough to hold ice cubes and long to preserve bubbles. 

Mojito is served in the Collins Glass because it is broad enough to hold ice cubes and long to preserve bubbles. 
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The dessert wine glass is small in size because a lot of it should not be consumed. 

The dessert wine glass is small in size because a lot of it should not be consumed. 
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The grappa glasses are small because strong drinks are served in these glasses, it has a stem for temperature control and wide opening for aroma. 

The grappa glasses are small because strong drinks are served in these glasses, it has a stem for temperature control and wide opening for aroma. 
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Brandy is served in a snifter because the small stem can warm the drink with your fingers and the large sphere gives you a good whiff before you drink. 

Brandy is served in a snifter because the small stem can warm the drink with your fingers and the large sphere gives you a good whiff before you drink. 
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