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Cordial glasses

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Small drinking glasses, generally of 1- to 1 1/2-ounce capacity, intended for drinking cordials, liqueurs, and eaux-de-vie. They are usually in the form of wine glasses but smaller with a bowl resting on a tall stem or in the form of a beaker.

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Broader Terms used

drinking glasses

Equivalent Terms used

cordial glass


12yrs ago

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