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Affordable Scientific Glassware Building techniqes
I just want to know how and what kind of technique we can use in building Scientific Glassware & Laboratory Glassware
Re: Affordable Scientific Glassware Building techniqes
These are Techniques ::
Cordial Glass: The cordial glass is used to serve cordials and liqueurs. Cordial glasses typically have a stem and hold only two to three ounces.
Collins Glass: The Collins glass is used for gin-based mixed drinks such as the Tom Collins. Like the straight-sided highball, its design is free of curves.
Hurricane Glass: The hurricane glass is a tall, curved glass with a short, chunky stem. It is used to serve flavorful, tropical drinks, according to DrinksMixer.com. Its design heightens the visual appeal of fruit juice cocktails in particular, while its rim lends itself to the usual citrus wedge garnish.
Parfait Glass: The parfait glass is much like the hurricane glass, with its graceful, inward curve, according to DrinksMixer.com. However, its bowl is generally larger than that of the hurricane.
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