When my friend Lacie posted a picture of a mason jar wine glass on Facebook, I launched a full-scale search to track it down on Etsy. I found it (a whole set of them, actually), and in the process I came across a bunch of other weird wine glasses that were just too awesome not to be shared. Click through to check ‘em out…
When it comes to drinking, we’re classy broads. That’s why we’d be more than psyched to sip a glass of Malbec out of Oenophilia Porto’s chic sippy wine goblets. The little feet make them harder to tip over and the straw looks like a tail! Sure, when drunk we may mistake our glass of vino for a headless rodent or a sperm, but at least we won’t be staining our teeth or smudging our lipstick in the process.
The downside to having friends over is cleaning up after the party’s over, especially if, like us, your home lacks a dishwasher. While you could use paper and plastic and toss everything at the end of the night, that’s not so great for the environment — and not as nice as real plates and glasses.
Along with ridding plates of stuck-on food remnants, fitting the sponge inside small-mouthed Champagne flutes and wine glasses can be tricky, so Casabella created specially shaped sponges exclusively for getting inside these delicate glasses. Are these wine glass sponges functional or frivolous? (Personally, I might cut my regular rectangle sponge on the diagonal to mimic the shape of these without having to buy anything different.) Keep reading »
If you can’t work together, you won’t accomplish anything — especially true when you’re attempting to sip red wine from Jim Rokos’ “My Other Half” connected wine glasses (about $435–they’re not just glasses, they’re art). [Jim Rokos via InventorSpot] Keep reading »