Epar? 12 oz Insulated Highball Glass- Strong Double Wall Borosilicate Thermo Style for Drinks (Set of 2)
The Epar? double wall Highball glass has a 12 ounce capacity and can be used for cold or hot beverages. A design that is practical and visually appealing makes this an exciting product for any home, restaurant or caf?. The double wall stylishly eliminates condensation, and creates a rounded rim for comfortable drinking. Crafted from strong borosilicate, makes these glasses thinner, lighter, scratch and break resistant, as well as dishwasher, microwave, and freezer safe.1. A Double Wall that Insulates and Creates an Attractive Optical IllusionThe double wall will keep your beverage cold while remaining free of condensation, also warm while remaining comfortable to hold. This comes in handy when you don’t want to use a coaster or are heating up your beverage in the microwave. In addition to keeping your fingertips dry the optical illusion of a suspended beverage adds another dimension to the enjoyment of your favorite whiskey, cocktail, tea or coffee. These glasses will become your everyday beverage ware. 2. The Condensation Free Qualities aren’t the Only Reason these Glasses are So VersatileIf cold brew, iced coffee, tea, or juice is more your thing then you will also find the condensation free qualities of these glasses a real treat. With the double wall your iced beverage will remain cool while the outer wall remains dry. The hand blown qualities of these cups make them have a very elegant feel. Sophisticated enough to be used during a celebratory meal while also durable enough to be used in a patio or social setting. 3. Hand Blown from Borosilicate GlassBorosilicate glass is a strong heat-resistant glass traditionally used to make scientific lab glass. Stronger than traditional ‘soda-lime’ glass, borosilicate can be used for everything from drink ware to cookware. Borosilicate glass substitutes boron oxide in place of the soda and lime used in everyday glassware. The boron oxide acts as the glue holding the silicate together. Due to small size of boron particles, the glass is held together tighter, resulting in a stronger, lighter glass. Borosilicate glass doesn’t need to be as thick as traditional glass to be just as strong due to the bonding capability boron oxide. Borosilicate is simply a different type of glass that is resistant to temperature swings and scratching.