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- A snifter (also called brandy snifter, brandy bowl, cognac gl****, or balloon) is a type of stemware, a short-stemmed gl**** whose vessel has a wide bottom...
- A snifting valve (sometimes snifter valve) is an automatic anti-vacuum valve used in a steam locomotive when coasting. The word Snift imitates the sound...
- "Beer Hunter" Jackson. Typically used for serving brandy and cognac, a snifter is ideal for capturing the volatiles of aromatic beers such as Double/Imperial...
- some compare to blueberries. Blueberry Tea is usually served in a brandy snifter, to concentrate and hold the alcohol fumes released by the tea's heat....
- parts brandy and anise dulce (sweet anise or anisette) served in a brandy snifter, that is well known in Madrid. The drink's name comes from the Spanish...
- Glencairn whisky gl****, a wide bowl with a narrow mouth, similar to a snifter's, but with a shorter, s****ier base, designed for whisky Hurricane gl****...
- Michael Jackson's beer gl****ware (from left to right): summer gl****, tasting gl****, snifter, session gl****...
- (including martini gl****es and margarita gl****es) Liqueur gl****es Rummers Snifters Wine gl****es Cech & Schact 2005, p. 32. Rinker, Harry L. (1997). Stemware...
- to remove much of the flavor. These tequilas are usually sipped from a snifter gl**** rather than a shot gl****, and savoured instead of quickly gulped...
- aging. Brandy is traditionally served at room temperature (neat) from a snifter, a wine gl**** or a tulip gl****. When drunk at room temperature, it is often...
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