The Cradle Glass

Whisky Glass by Cradle Mountain Whisky

Enhancing the whisky experience

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The Cradle Glass

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The Cradle Glass

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Creating the Perfect Whisky Glass

The Cradle Glass took two years of designing, nosing and tasting.

Cradling the Glass

Radiant heat from the hand agitates the phenols to release the aroma and flavour.

Rocking the Cradle Glass

Whisky needs movement or rocking to push the flavours up so they don’t sit flat at the bottom. A good glass design will push out the alcohol vapour and leave the organic phenols and aroma for you to enjoy.
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If you have any questions regarding the Cradle Glass please email us at rocking@cradleglass.com or send a message via Messenger by clicking on the blue Messenger tab  located on the bottom right of the page. This will direct you to Facebook Messenger.

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Cradle Glass Reviews, Musings & Moments

A Very Entertaining Dram

A Very Entertaining Dram

by Benjamin @whiskyshortcut (Instagram)

Here is my review of that mysterious gift I got. It’s the Campfire Whiskey from Utah's High West Distillery!

On a trip to Scotland after a special dessert, the owner of High West Distillery was inspired to create this whiskey. It’s a blend of six-year old bourbon (made from a mash of 75% corn, 20% rye and 5% malted barley), five-year old rye (made from a mash of 95% rye and 5% barley) and lightly peated eight-year old Scotch (not Islay). The blend then got a finish in heavily toasted wine barrels (French and Hungarian oak). It’s bottled at 46% ABV. I can’t wait any longer, so let’s dive into this Whiskey! I will use my Cradle Glass

I’m totally shocked this whiskey went from off-putting to adored!

I’m totally shocked this whiskey went from off-putting to adored!

by Greg @whiskydramster (Instagram)

As the fog hangs over the lake, so did a fog hang over my perception of this new whiskey Stranahan’s Sherry Cask Single Malt Whiskey Batch 001 from Colorado. I have waited four weeks since my initial, unfavorable dram so as to approach anew. This time I poured the dram into a Cradle and let it nap for an hour.

Today we are talking glasses - the vessel of the liquor of the gods!

Today we are talking glasses - the vessel of the liquor of the gods!

by Daniel @the_whisky_accountant (Instagram)

Today we are talking glasses - the vessel of the liquor of the gods. My test subject was the Scotch Malt Whisky Society 46.43 “If I were a carpenter...”, a 14 year old Speyside that saw 2nd fill Oloroso Butt and sports a wonderful 58.5% ABV. A dangerously delicious sweet and spicy varnished oak and box of chocolates dram!

 

The Whisky Accountant

The Whisky Accountant

Daniel @the_whisky_accountant is Colorado’s very own whisky lover, reviewer, drinker and bar connoisseur. Through his lens he shares booze, travel ...
My now go-to Cradle Glass

My now go-to Cradle Glass

by Greg @whiskydramster (Instagram)

Douglas Laing’s Timorous Beastie Aged 18 Years — Highland Blended Malt Scotch Whisky — Limited Edition 7258 Bottles

The overall winner is the Cradle Glass

The overall winner is the Cradle Glass

by Greg @whiskydramster (Instagram)

Whisky Glass Rumble - Another View w/ Bottle Kill of The Macallan Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky Edition No. 3

This sequel to the Rumble is a whisky challenge that introduces the Cradle Glass to challenge the Glencairn and the Kentucky Bourbon Trail glass. In this Macallan Edition, a Master Perfumer joined the Master Whisky Maker to blend this single malt. As I was shooting the photo, so many beautiful aromas made me want to break the park’s no alcohol consumption rule! I posted a review of this whisky earlier; this is for the glasses.

The Cradle Glass turned up the volume on Full Volume and was phenomenally better than other glasses I’ve tried to date

The Cradle Glass turned up the volume on Full Volume and was phenomenally better than other glasses I’ve tried to date

by Greg @whiskydramster (Instagram)

Highland Park Full Volume Distilled 1999 Bottled 2017— with The Cradle Glass. In the previous post, I tried out my new Cradle Glass with a new whisky where both were awesome, and so this time I decided to try out the glass with a go-to dram. 

Whisky Dramster

Whisky Dramster

Greg @whiskydramster is living to dram all whiskies once, and dram awesome ones again! Not just a dramster, Greg has a PhD in Chemical Engineering and we at Cradle Glass welcome his reviews and musings.
Mirror Mirror on the Wall

Mirror Mirror on the Wall

by Benjamin @whiskyshortcut (Instagram) Mirror Mirror on the wall... ehm I mean in the Cradle Glass! This is a quick shot of yesterday’s dram, the...
I'm shocked at how much this glass emphasizes the nose without muting the notes!

I'm shocked at how much this glass emphasizes the nose without muting the notes!

Matt @whiskeyconsensus is a Product Influencer, Whiskey Reviewer, Bottle Collector, Source of Knowledge and a Lifelong Student. We welcome his contributions to our testimonial page.
Glenfiddich IPA and The Cradle Glass

Glenfiddich IPA and The Cradle Glass

Tried this Glenfiddich IPA cask dram in a Glencairn and the palate left some to be desired. So trying this with my cradle glass.
A matter for The Cradle Glass

A matter for The Cradle Glass

Benjamin explores Kavalan's Soloist, a huge Cask Strength sherry bomb and the Cradle Glass.

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