If you get your hands on some high-quality whiskey, you can’t sip it out of just anything. There’s no greater disrespect to Pappy and Glenlivet than pouring it into a receptacle that isn’t worthy of the craftsmanship that went into it. You need a well-made tumbler to get the most out of your liquid investment. From wood to crystal to aluminum, there’s a tumbler to suit any personality and style. You handle your favorite bottle; we’ll handle the whiskey tumbler options. Here are 6 whiskey tumblers we love.
This tumbler is made from hand-turned copper. It has a sleek and classic look that will appeal to the most old-school whiskey drinker as well as young adults just dipping their toes into the world of whiskey. At almost 3 inches deep, it’s the perfect size for a few fingers of your favorite whiskey or a classic cocktail like a Moscow Mule or Old Fashioned.$32
This unique crystal tumbler is a conversation starter. Designed by Studio Koncern Design, it’s designed to pay homage to hardworking craftsmen by emulating the thread of a bolt. Likely the same men who’d like to end a long day of hard work with a nice glass of whiskey. With various engineering symbols adorning the crystal, this is definitely a one-of-a-kind tumbler and perfect for your collection.$135
This is about as classic as you can get when it comes to Tumblers. Riedel has been making hand-crafted glasses for over fifty years. These tumblers come in Smoke, Adua, Reseda (green) and Amber. This pretty much guarantees that there is a color to suit everyone. These cut-crystal tumblers will give your home bar the pop it deserves. These tumblers will definitely show the world that you have a little Don Draper in you.$20
There aren’t many tumblers that could be described as “badass,” but this one definitely deserves that acclaim. This tumbler was designed to be similar to traditional crystal glasses, but made from machine-cut aluminum. This true original was made from the same stuff they make space shuttles out of and fits perfectly in the palm of your hand. “Excessive? Maybe, but some might say that aging a drink for 18 or even 30 years is excessive—we beg to differ,” reads the site.$280
This tumbler set is for the outdoorsman who like to end a day of adventuring with a stiff drink. Crafted from authentic steer horn, these tumblers are perfect for your favorite whiskey. The most interesting aspect is that no two tumblers look the same because of the different colors and grain variations. They are sold pairs because, well, a man should enjoy some company with his drink.$20
We’ve already seen tumblers made from crystal, copper and even horn. These tumblers from Royal North are simply made from wood. But, they aren’t made from just any wood. Each tumbler is made from one solid piece of Canadian birch before being finished with oil and coated with a water-based topcoat to ensure your precious alcohol doesn’t leak through.$72