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  • Meet the glass that changes whisky
  • Designed to capture whisky's complex perfumes
  • Featherweight double-walled hand blown glass
  • Combining design, science and sociology for the perfect whisky drinking experience
  • Capacity: 6.9oz
  • Dimensions: 3.7"H x 2.5"Dia - 1.5" Square base
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Item # 776 58 02
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In what country was this glass manufactured? Thanks.
Justin K on Apr 2, 2017
Just what is meant by doubled wall ? Is there an air space in between the inner and outer? Thanks Ron.
Ron R on Mar 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The Norlan Whisky Glass (set of 2) is formed with a glass blowing technique into two separate two-part molds: one for the inner wall, and one for the outer wall. This glass greatly improves the whole experience of drinking your favorite whisky. The height and diameter of the smallest aperture focuses the aromatics to the nose while simultaneously diffusing the ethanol away from the face, fantastically improving the taste of your whisky.
Customer Reviews

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I'm a believer
I was very skeptical about these glasses. They were supposed to create a whole new experience in my bourbon tasting. It did. The biggest difference is on the nose. These glasses cut down on the heat from the higher proof bourbons. No more nose hairs being scorched or sinuses becoming numb. And because of that you really can smell all the nuances in a bourbon! The difference between this glass and a glencairn when tasting is more subtle but still evident. I had some Old Forester 1920 abv about 57% on Monday in a Norlan. It was delicious. The next day I grabbed a Glencairn to a sip and itvsi much hotter and burning I poured it into the Norlan. It smoothed right out!
April 5, 2017
1 month ago
Not sure how it does it but all bourbon's taste better in this glass. The nose is also wonderful no mater the bourbon price. Was skeptical but not anymore!!!
March 29, 2017
1 month ago
Just ok..
The glasses are nice, look good and have a nice feel in the hand, but don't really deliver a better nose or taste profile than the standard whisky glass. For the same money, I'd recommend getting 4 of the 'regular' whisky tasting glasses.
April 13, 2017
1 month ago
Nice Design, but flaws in one glass
The glass was as advertised and is a very nice whisky glass. However one of the two glasses had a flaw in the inner glass which kind of ruins the look for the glass..........
April 6, 2017
1 month ago
I thought these glasses were a gimmick, but they really enhance the enjoyment of whiskey!
April 6, 2017
1 month ago
We LOVE these
Looks beautiful - keeps whisky right temp. Bought four and will be buying more for friends. Definitely an eye catcher - and best way to enjoy your "finest"......
April 8, 2017
1 month ago
Aesthetically pleasing
The glasses are unique. The glass material is unique. They get the attention of onlookers. They are particularly attractive when there is whiskey in the glass because the color is reflected in the rim. Drinking from them is a nice experience. The downside is that the glasses are very light and a little small. Men are used to drinking from a heavy larger glass so drinking from these takes some adaptation. All and all a a very nice glass but I fear some may think a bit effete for the drinking man. I would purchase them again and believe they should be in every drinkers whiskey cabinet.
April 12, 2017
1 month ago
I was surprised
Just got the glass and poured Knob Creek which in my normal tumbler would have a nose of alcohol mixed in. I was hocked that once I swirled the whiskey in the Norlan glass, no alcohol smell, I got the full smell/bouquet of the Knob. I then tried cask strength Wild Turkey (Rare Breed at 112 proof). Again only nosed the whiskey. The only reason I gave 4 stars is the glasses are very light in weight. I would have preferred a bit more heft to the glass.
April 21, 2017
4 days ago
Good, but not up to the hype.
These glasses do perform for nosing higher ABV spirits. The trusted Glencairn can focus too much of the ethanol on stronger spirits. But since anything over about 35% starts to numb the tongue, you should be adding water anyways. For most "normal" strength spirits around 80 proof, I haven't noticed a large difference. The biggest downfall of the Norman is that if you allow your whiskey to sit for about five minutes, the aromas dissipate and leaves you with a bland experience. Over all, it's a good glass and great for cask strength whiskeys if you don't want to dilute with water. Just drink it right away or you may be more dissapointed than satisfied. As for the price point at 2 for $48, you can get 12 Glencairn glasses for $50 on Amaz0n if you look. It depends on your budget and drinking preference. I'll use my Norlans, but my Glencairns remain my "Go To" glasses for whiskey. (They are probably worth 4 stars, but I took away one for all the hype.)
April 17, 2017