Norlan whisky glass

WIN! A Norlan Whisky Glass Set to Savour Every Note of Your Favourite Dram

Are you a whisky enthusiast looking to savour every note of your favourite dram? Look no further than the Norlan Whisky Glass, the original double-walled vessel crafted to enhance the tasting experience of a wide range of whiskies. If you want a glass (or two) on the house, simply enter our giveaway below.

WIN! a Set of 2 Norlan Whisky Glasses

This innovative glass isn’t just a product; it’s a result of meticulous design and collaboration. Conceived in 2015 by co-founder Sruli Recht, the glass underwent further refinement with input from the esteemed master distiller, Jim McEwan, on the picturesque Isle of Islay in Scotland. This collaboration ensured that every sip taken from a Norlan Glass delivers the whisky’s distinct flavours and aromatics.

With a staggering global reach and sales nearing half a million units, the Norlan Whisky Glass has become a staple among whisky aficionados worldwide. Its consistently high rankings in online surveys attest to its unmatched quality and performance, making it a preferred choice among discerning drinkers.

Norlan whisky glass
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Crafted entirely by hand from lightweight borosilicate glass, the Norlan Glass seamlessly merges scientific precision with stunning aesthetics. Its double-walled design not only adds a touch of elegance but also enhances the whisky-drinking experience, offering a nosing glass that stands unparalleled in its category. Cheers to that!


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