Latest Drinkware Products

The Latest Drinkware

At Farm Cottage Brands, we believe in great quality. That’s why our range of drinkware are all carefully handcrafted with the strictest attention to detail paid to, which also means that no two pieces are the same, making our drinkware gifts truly memorable.

Whether you’re partial to a glass of gin or wine, we have a wonderful selection of gin bowls and glasses available, all lovingly presented in a luxury presentation box, so they’re a perfect gift. If you’re looking for a matching set, we also stock the complementing hi-ball glasses, great for soft drinks and tall cocktails.

If you want to take your beverage of choice on the go, look no further than our range of hip flasks, available in a variety of styles. From elegant leather hip flasks to sets with funnels, tumblers or greeting cards, to even ones shaped like fishing reels or shotgun cartridges, you’re bound to find a stylish drinkware gift from our range. We also stock tot cups or steel tumblers, perfect for that glass of wine or champagne on game days.

We haven’t forgotten the beer drinkers either and have tankards crafted from lead free pewterware depicting hunting scenes on front. Alternatively, if you’re after drinkware for the harder stuff, we stock shot glasses and whisky glasses with a range of emblems from horses to golf to Labradors.

Drinkware FAQs

A tumbler can be made of any material including plastic, glass, or stainless steel. It’s shorter than a standard drinking glass and has straight sides and no handle or stem.

The standard drinking glass size is considered to be eight ounces. For drinking casual beverages such as soft drinks, the common sizes are between 12 to 16 ounces.

No, hip flasks generally aren’t designed to keep hot liquids inside. Steam can build up in the flask and create pressure and the metal itself will get too hot to hold which could cause burns. Additionally, there’s a risk of damaging the hip flask itself if it’s made from soft metals such as pewter as it has a low melting point.

No, there’s no age restriction on buying alcohol paraphernalia, so you don’t need to worry if you’re buying a hip flask for a relative.

The answer to this question depends on the tankard in question, but generally tankards can hold one pint. Tankards can come in a range of capacities from as little as ¼ pint, all the way up to impressive four-pint options.

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