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The Norlan Whisky Glass

Meet the glass that will change whisky. The Norlan Whisky Glass has been developed through a process of combining fluid dynamics modeling and bio-mimicry, out of a love for whisky matched with a frustration by the poor glassware available to whisky enthusiasts. By marrying a scientifically performing inside with an aesthetically beautiful outside, our glass is designed to capture whisky’s complex perfumes and deliver them to the senses better than any existing product. Similar to wine, whisky is made up of hundreds of compounds, and with proper aeration the volatile undesirable elements will evaporate faster than the desirable, aromatic and flavorful ones, thus increasing the concentration of the aromatics. By combining modern digital technologies and advanced double-walled glassblowing handcraft, Norlan has created a hybrid-designed glass that not only brings together the best qualities of the archetypal tumbler and snifter, but improves upon the essential scent delivery. Through scientific study and bio-mimicry, Norlan has developed a patent pending feature that dramatically increases the rate of oxidization within the glass. Backers will have the opportunity to get the glass in hand first with a discount off future retail values. Pledging starts at a minimum of $38 to secure a set of 2 glasses (future retail of $48), with additional sized sets and offers available.

The Norlan Whisky Glass
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Discovered on Nov 12, 2015, 9:03 am EST
Discovered by Genevieve Healey
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