From splurging on your favorite of liquor or vino to perfecting a family punch recipe, each deserves to be presented in a way that embodies your style and their character. You must agree considering you came to take a peek! Since we have you here, let’s talk about why these hand-selected, underrated treasures have more to offer than being lookers on your bar carts.
When you hear Carafes, do you think of your early summers spent in Europe, or is that just us? Our selection of vintage and modern carafes will inspire the most refreshing summers and lavish gatherings serving tino de verano, diabolo menthe, spiked punch, and whatever else your heart or thirst desires. To maintain the freshness and low temperatures of your specialties, choose your carafe by its design and type of material. If it’s a wine carafe set you seek, choose one with a wider body and slimmer neck to prevent excessive aeration.
From wine decanter sets to a vintage crystal decanter, these charming and unique forms serve more than visual appeal. Whether your poison is scotch, whiskey, gin, wine and beyond, the practice of decanting holds a rich history that came to life in the 17th century. So what is a decanter used for?
Liquor: While we love simply the elevation that decanting brings to the table (literally), our favorite reason is to extend the life of a partially finished bottle of your liquor. The more headspace you allow in these puppies, the more opportunity you are giving them to oxidize. Finding the right-sized liquor decanter set with an airtight seal will do wonders for the conservation and appeal of your collection.
Wine: Like those in our lives who help us become our best versions, decanters are your red wines’ best friend that does exactly this. Decanting older red wines allows you to separate the pure wine from the sediment that has settled at the bottom of the bottle while allowing aeration for the bottles that need it. From art-deco to a regency crystal decanter set, say goodbye to a clouded experience and lackluster notes! It is no wonder why the Greeks take credit for the name and the English for spreading the practice.