The cups are hand thrown in stoneware clay and finished in a white glaze. I have thrown them as thin as I can and I think the result is a bit special. I make wine cups and whisky tumblers that I use regularly but have struggled to make a brandy cup that I am happy to drink from myself but I think I have done it with this one, it works, and retains heat well if you like to warm your vessel before pouring the brandy.
I also think they would work well for whisky or red wine.
Just in case you haven't worked it out, I take my drink, and what I drink out of, very seriously. I have an intense dislike for the wine goblets of the 70's and am determined to produce ceramic vessels from which to drink alcohol that equal (at least) the qualities of glass. Phew! end of rant.
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