The classic basque glass.
These multi-purpose glasses are used interchangeably in Basque bars for cider, beer and wine. Surprisingly sturdy their large volume makes them ideal for numerous applications and uses (for instance our chefs love using them for serving soups and desserts), but we love using them for the famous San Sebastián High Pour of txakoli and cider. Topa (or Cheers)!
*Pouring spout is not included
El clásico vaso de sidra vasco.
Estos vasos para multitud de ocasiones son usados en los bares vascos para la sidra, la cerveza y el vino. Sorprendentemente, su altitud los hace ideales para numerosos usos (por ejemplo, a nuestros chefs les encanta usarlos para servir sopas y postres) pero nosotros los usamos para las famosas bebidas locales como el txakolí o la sidra. Topa (Salud)!
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