March 4, 2013

The Neat Glass: The best way to experience whiskey!

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Do you like to drink whiskey, but the alcohol sometimes gives you a little nose burn? The NEAT Whiskey Glass's unique shape enhances the experience of enjoying your favorite spirits.  Plus it makes you want to swirl like a sophisticated drinker!

Here's a game-changer in the way the heady aromas of fine spirits are enjoyed. Whether you or those on your gift list enjoy Whiskey, Rum, or Tequila, the NEAT glass will dramatically enhance the experience. "The Shape of Flavor" is more than a slogan for this scientifically designed glass. How does it work? The bowl shape enhances evaporation and swirling; the neck shape concentrates aromas, and the rim shape dissipates alcohol away from the nose. When nosing spirits, it's the harsh ethanol aromas that overpower the delicate, fragrant smells of the liquid - the patented shape of the NEAT glass reroutes the ethanol away from the nose, leaving only the sublime enjoyment the distillers had in mind in the first place. An extra bonus with the absence of "alcohol smell" is that many people find they do not need to add that pinch of water to their whiskey to enhance and soften the flavor. The NEAT glass is made in the United States of 100% lead-free Crystalyn(TM) .

What a simple, great idea! I am not a big whiskey, rum, or tequila drinker, so I can't really comment on how well this product does as it promises. I like my organic wine, but maybe with such a cool glass, I might diversify my beverage drinking.

disclosure: The products described above were sent to us as free samples. Prior assurances as to the nature of the reviews, whether positive or negative, were not given. No financial payments were accepted in exchange for the reviews. The reviews reflect our honest, authentic opinions.

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