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snifter

1. a pear-shaped glass with a short stem and a bowl that narrows towards the top so that the aroma of brandy or a liqueur is retained
2. Informal a small quantity of alcoholic drink
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The Allegany County school board is set to crush a decades-old promnight tradition of letting students choose beer mugs, wine glasses and brandy snifters as commemorative keepsakes.
The oversized brandy snifters, symbols of prosperity but also of excess, were used to create an eerie background noise in the scenes signaling Leontes's descent into madness.
A good bar setup should include glasses for martinis, highballs, Collins and beer as well as brandy snifters, sherry copitas and champagne flutes.
Previously, brandy snifters and Scotch nosing glasses were used to taste bourbon, as the optimal glass for this spirit had never been developed.
Rossing of Northern Illinois University in DeKalb brought a number of brandy snifters and wine glasses into the laboratory.
Unlike brandy snifters that have a wide rim, The Dalmore's copita is small and tulip-shaped, with just enough space to stick one's nose in.