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Do you know all of the glass options there are involved in the world of alcoholic drinks? Here is a quick guide to the various glass-ware.

Highball
Highball glass (aka Collins glass or Slim Jim)

Typical volume of 350 to 400 ml / 12.3 to 14.1 Oz.


Lowball
Lowball glass (short version of the highball)

Typical volume: 250 to 300 ml / 8.8 to 10.6 Oz.


Wine
Wine glass

Typical volume: 250 to 300 ml / 8.8 to 10.6 Oz.


Margaritaglass
Cocktail glass

Typical volume: 250 ml / 8.8 Oz.


ChampagneFlute
Champagne flute

Typical volume: 200 ml / 7.0 Oz.


Martini glass
Martini glass (aka martini saucer)

Typical volume: 250ml / 8.8 Oz.


Shotglass
Shot glass

Typical volume:25 ml or 50 ml / 0.9 to 1.8 Oz.


Champagne-Saucer
Champagne saucer

Typical volume: 300ml / 10.6 Oz.


Brandy-snifter 1
Brandy snifter (or goblet or balloon)

Typical volume: 350 ml / 12.3 Oz.


Port-sherryglass
Port and sherry glasses

Typical volume: 200ml / 7.0 Oz.


Pilsnerbeerglass
Beer glasses and mugs

Typical volume: 400 ml up to 2000 ml / 14.1 up to 70.4 Oz. (and even bigger in Germany)


Beerstein
Stein glass

Typical volume: 300 ml / 10 Oz.


Hurricaneglass
Hurricane glass

Typical volume: 300 ml / 10 Oz.

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