Tuesday, July 31, 2018

A Bit of Afternoon Iced Coffee in the Sherry Glasses

Photo by Salt Water New England

13 comments:

  1. Those look like pretty good sized sherry glasses to me, not that I'm complaining.

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  2. Perfect, just perfect.

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  3. Afternoon iced coffee? Go for it, if you are able. For my part, if I have any caffeine after, say, half past noon, I will not be falling asleep before 2 am

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  4. Looking so elegant for a hot summer day - but these are Hock Wine Glasses, Sherry Glasses are much smaller -- I have Hock Wine Waterford and the Iced Coffee is perfect for these. Thank you for posting. Anne

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    1. Hock wine glasses are more bowl shaped than these.

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    2. Hock wine glasses are round.

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    3. Yes, now I see -- the photograph confused me. The glass looked too tall to be a Sherry Glass, but after looking at it again and seeing the statues next to it, I had a better idea of the sizing. The Waterford Castleton Sherry Glass is taller than most other patterns. I have Waterford Donegal. And yes, the Hock is bowl-shaped. still great summer idea. Anne

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  5. I use the Edinburgh Crystal to take it up my entertaining notch, but the glasses shown look too big for sherry!

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  6. Picture perfect!
    Thank you!

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  7. Don't you just love Waterford? Containing anything?

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  8. Love the idea of enjoying some tasty iced coffee in a tall pretty glass. So much better than those ugly disposable cups.

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  9. I use a percolator for my morning coffee. I make a full pot and drink it hot in the morning. Then later in the afternoon if I need an energy boost use whatever is left to make an iced coffee. The caffeine later in the day doesn't seem to bother me. Maybe it's the gin martini at 5 pm that counters the caffeine? Prost!

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