Our friends at Shotoku glass have created a range of beautiful whisky-on-the-rocks glasses in collaboration with award-winning artisan studio Horiguchi Edo-Kiriko. Toru Horiguchi is a 3rd generation master of Edo-Kiriko, the art of glass cutting that developed in Edo (the old name for Tokyo) in the Edo era. Though highly refined, Edo-Kiriko glassware is made to be used on a daily basis.
These whisky glasses show the amazing craftsmanship of both the glassmaker and glasscutter. Plain Shotoku glasses are a delight to drink from, and with the addition of Edo-Kiriko art that combine a focus on how it feels in the hand and the special aesthetics of cut glass, makes for a truly pleasurable glass for drinking whisky.