The first glassware collection from the notoriously creative philosopher-turned-mixologist Rémy Savage – the namesake NUDE Savage collection is a rare treat for the cocktail lovers. A beautiful exploration of shapes and formulas, the range presents six elements, all defined by their ultra-simple and rigorously functional aesthetic. Crafted from our signature lead-free crystal and specifically shaped to enhance the flavours and aromas of spirits, the minimalist design works equally well in casual and formal settings.
Sleek, sophisticated and definitely stirred, take 60ml of gin, or possibly vodka, 10ml of dry vermouth, a dash of salt, and stir it all in a glass with ice, till the glass is chilled. Then strain the whole thing into a coupetini, and garnish with lemon zest, or possibly an olive.
A perfect blend between a martini glass and a modern coupette, the Coupetini glass is defined by a slim, long stem, creating an appealingly sleek and high-end feel. With its shallow bowl, it is suited towards drinks with egg white but also ice balls.
If you want to enjoy a South American classic, look no further than the Pisco Sour, the cherished drink of Peru. Take a shaker, take ice, and add 60ml of Pisco, 20ml of lemon juice, 20ml of simple syrup, and 7.5ml of egg white. Proceed to shake – vigorously – then fine strain the concoction into a chilled glass over fresh ice. Finally, garnish with lemon zest, and imagine yourself atop Machu Picchu.
The Coupe glass, Coupetini's sister glass, has the same slim, long defined stem to create that elegance and sophistication. With the shallow wide bowl, it is perfectly suited towards drinks base on egg white but also ice balls.
Originating from New York’s Manhattan Club 140 years ago, this cocktail has serious staying power. Stir a dash of aromatic bitters together with 40ml of rye whiskey, 20ml of sweet vermouth, and cracked ice. Strain into a chilled pony glass, garnish with a twist, and transport yourself back in time.
The Pony glass subverts the traditional style with a taller build and less capacity, characterised with a rounded based and long, thin stem.
A Negroni makes the perfect aperitif, and to make the perfect Negroni, add ice to a mixing glass, and pour in 30ml of gin, 25ml of sweet vermouth, and 25ml of Campari. Next, the Negroni is stirred, not shaken. Take a rocks glass, add more ice, and strain in the mixture. Garnish with a slice of orange peel.
The Savage low ball glass, or also called the rocks glass, a contemporary rework of a classic shape. Subtly flared to avoid chipping, designed to be comfortingly sturdy and robust to hold.
There’s nothing quite as easy, and quite as classic, as the gin and tonic. Take a highball glass and fill it with ice. Then fill it with 50ml of the good stuff, and follow that up with 120ml of tonic, and give it a stir. You’re now ready to be refreshed.
Similar to the Savage Low ball glass, the High ball glass is a contemporary rework of a classic shape. Subtly flared to avoid chipping, designed to be comfortingly sturdy and robust to hold.