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  • Why Japanese Glasses (USUHARI) are so different than regular glasses? It's Paper-thin minimalistic style glass
    They are exceptionally thin and light, 0,9 mm, so because of that they get cold faster than regular glass. Usuhari is made by the same manufacturer as light bulbs.
    Japanese glasses are expensive and fragile but let expand the visual and taste experience.
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  • Monopolistic Fox
    Monopolistic Fox 7 meses atrás +30826

    Two good combos, a drunk person and a very fragile piece of glass

    • Giggoty
      Giggoty 16 dias atrás

      You cant get drunk off cocktails unless you are really lightweight

    • Opptios
      Opptios Mês atrás

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    • starlette
      starlette Mês atrás

      i always wonder wjth the videos wirh expensive glass and ice cups, liek if someones frunk and they drop it what then

    • Czerky
      Czerky Mês atrás

      the ultimate wombo combo

    • lIIIlllllIIIllllIIllllIII
      lIIIlllllIIIllllIIllllIII 2 meses atrás

      The Japanese can handle alcohol and aren’t as dramatic as most other countries when they get drunk and people start acting out

  • Bald
    Bald 7 meses atrás +2577

    Bartender: "Alright, here's your drink."
    Me: "Thanks." *glass breaks*

    • Nickr
      Nickr Mês atrás

      @Hunter S book it

    • Hunter S
      Hunter S 3 meses atrás +8

      “that’ll be $40 for the drink and $70 for the glass. Can I get you anything else?” Now that I think about it, that would be a great way to make a lot of money if you charged more for breaking the glass than the glasses cost.

    • ninety three
      ninety three 6 meses atrás +22

      "Lets cheers"
      "Cheers" **the glass shattered**
      "....."

    • Wi Sono
      Wi Sono 6 meses atrás +3

      It's the simpson refrence......?

    • Ghost Of Kiev
      Ghost Of Kiev 7 meses atrás +4

      I really hope I see a scene in a movie where people are all Oohing and Aahing over how thin these glasses are and how the Japanese people craft these glasses and that they're so expensive and a guy like Norm MacDonald or Doug Stanhope walks in randomly and you hear him order his drink and he says Thanks and as he goes to drink it it just shatters and everyone looks at him and he's covered in booze and goes *What the FUCK is wrong with you? Are you a psycho? Do you want me to die?* and just riff on the bartender about how stupid it is that the glasses are so thin and that they'll be hearing from his lawyer lol. Amateur writer here. Sometimes comments inspire me and yours did.
      Stay Awesome and Frosty!

  • Neon Demon
    Neon Demon 7 meses atrás +474

    This is genius, actually. They make the glass very thin so the amount of glass used is low, less weight to transport, it's very thin and fragile so there's always demand for new glasses. What a great scam!

    • Alternative EFG
      Alternative EFG 4 dias atrás

      @Jay Wilder do you have a single fact to back that up?

    • Jay Wilder
      Jay Wilder 4 dias atrás

      @Alternative EFG Not necessarily actually

    • Jay Wilder
      Jay Wilder 4 dias atrás

      Or, like, it's the fact that they're made by hand from master glassblowers. And they aren't fragile....that's part of the appeal - how ever they've mastered their process with this makes them durable for how thin they are. Oh and uh in the vast landscape of drinkware, these are not expensive, especially for being handmade. try again

    • Alternative EFG
      Alternative EFG 2 meses atrás +8

      @Moh_ego🇺🇦 works both ways, they get warmer faster as well

    • Felix Loewenich
      Felix Loewenich 2 meses atrás +22

      @Moh_ego🇺🇦 How does it last longer? It gets cold faster, but it also gets warm again faster

  • Sharpe 3
    Sharpe 3 7 meses atrás +1258

    I feel like a thin, quickly chilled glass is counterproductive. It'll warm up to room temp equally quickly if used to serve a drink up

    • ZqTi0
      ZqTi0 Mês atrás

      It can also absorb the coldness of the drink or ice inside very quickly. the glass is mainly for cosmetic no real advantages using it over normal glass

    • Vaettra
      Vaettra 2 meses atrás

      @n k Yeah the video maker is clueless about what you want from a cocktail glass.
      My favourite cocktail glass is thick because it keeps the cold better and doesn't break easily.

    • Flamez for the Gamez
      Flamez for the Gamez 3 meses atrás

      @Fitz the expensiveness of the glass comes from the manual labor since they are handmade and it is made with crystal glass, which contains minerals that harden and strengthen the material of the glass. Outside of practicality, its more of aesthetics and possibly the experience of holding it which goes towards its worth. Expensive regardless and could break from more pressure thana regular glass.

    • Tim Logsdon Jr.
      Tim Logsdon Jr. 3 meses atrás

      @Monk Killedababy exactly! I like a thick heavy glass and I keep it in the freezer, I don't drink alcohol but that's my go to milk glass.

    • Kyle Schindler
      Kyle Schindler 3 meses atrás

      Smart point. Every force has an equal and opposite reaction.

  • The Play Lab
    The Play Lab 7 meses atrás +460

    Ah yes, more expensive and inferior durability. Exactly what I'm looking for in a cocktail glass for drunk people to hold.

    • deformed chad
      deformed chad 11 dias atrás +2

      @Spice Gyal Lili nah that's bs, my uncles gets rowdy so much sometimes he gets kicked out of bars and he's japanese.

    • Idk
      Idk Mês atrás

      You aren’t supposed to get drunk in bars

    • Brenden Bruce
      Brenden Bruce 4 meses atrás

      @Fetusman 224 I sure am! Feel free to shoot me a DM on Instagram for a custom piece! I'd be happy to turn you down. 😇
      instagram.com/brendensglass

    • Fetusman 224
      Fetusman 224 4 meses atrás

      @Brenden Bruce But ur not my local glass blower

    • Brenden Bruce
      Brenden Bruce 4 meses atrás

      @Fetusman 224 unfortunately for you it's not about winning or losing, you're just mistaken 😁

  • BarbieBunny Bakery
    BarbieBunny Bakery 7 meses atrás +7

    Not gonna lie you make me deeply regret never going to a cocktail bar while I lived in Japan 🥲

  • Bloody Kastiel
    Bloody Kastiel 7 meses atrás +42

    "get cold faster than the regular glass." I got another one for you, it also gets warmer faster too

    • Alternative EFG
      Alternative EFG 2 meses atrás +2

      @Bingo Bongo You can add ice to any cup or glass and it will work the same

    • Bingo Bongo
      Bingo Bongo 5 meses atrás

      That is why you have ice in your cocktail man…

  • TheCompleteMental
    TheCompleteMental 7 meses atrás +106

    "Usuhari means thin glass, the glass is exceptionally thin"
    I'd hope.

  • avarice seven
    avarice seven 6 meses atrás

    I have been reading Anne of Green Gables series (set in Canada)for years and in Anne of Windy Poplars it was mentioned that one of the rich old lady’s glasses were thin. Anne was amazed by it somehow and i cant think why it’s something special when it seem fragile and cheap.

  • Shnitzee Dumple
    Shnitzee Dumple 7 meses atrás +9780

    But be careful, they're very fragile. *Flashbacks to the drink holder test*

    • Andrekrep 420
      Andrekrep 420 27 dias atrás

      @Colby Marsh who tf shakes drink in that type of glass 💀

    • Regenerative
      Regenerative 3 meses atrás

      @Flamez for the Gamez this comment exemplifies the dunning-kruger effect. Trying to tell others how the world works whilst simultaneously not having a clue how it actually works.

    • Flamez for the Gamez
      Flamez for the Gamez 3 meses atrás +1

      Actually, they may be more durable than they look. It ain't typical glass. There is Usuhari crystal glass which means that the mineral content in crystal glass strengthens the material even though it would be thinner than normal glass.
      I imagine it's super pricey due to it being handmade rather than factory-produced. Fun fact: usuhari glass is also made from recycled fluorescent light tubes.
      So imagine yourself drinking from one of those classroom ceiling lights but without the toxic chemicals that make the lights bright.
      Or not. Twisting motion while cleaning the inside of such a glass could cause it to break. I'll stick to other glasses, thank you.

    • Tagerrun !
      Tagerrun ! 4 meses atrás +1

      I would be terrified to squeeze it a little too hard while I pick it up. Definitely not made for large hands who do a lot of physical labor. Probably for the white collar business man after his 12 hour day at the office.

    • Steve Thea
      Steve Thea 4 meses atrás

      @ciarangallaghercg what test video

  • moderateatberkeley
    moderateatberkeley 2 meses atrás

    I live in Japan and use a handful of usuhari glasses. I’ve broken countless other glasses, but I’ve never had any of the usuhari glasses break on me. They’re not particularly expensive either compared to western luxury glassware brands.

  • Samuel L.
    Samuel L. 7 meses atrás

    On one of my first shifts as a waiter at a big gig, i was told to bring back all the empty beer glasses from around the tables. We we're very busy, so obviously i would try to get as many glasses back at a time, as i could carry, so i would stack them in my right hand and rest them up along my arm and over my shoulder. I didn't really think about how thin they were, and they were made in a stackable shape. When I was about 8 to 10 glasses in, I heard a crackle from one of the bottom glasses and just a few seconds later they cracked on me one by one, till the last few on the top that didn't, fell on the floor to do the same. They may be pretty, but they're awful to work with

  • Elena Lenchy
    Elena Lenchy 7 meses atrás

    I have a six piece set of glasses that are super thin. I've always wondered why they are like that, and as a collector I thought it would be neat to display it in my glass cabinet.
    I still won't drink from them tho 😅

  • Blackened Featherz
    Blackened Featherz 7 meses atrás

    We found a couple glasses like this at a thrift store and thought they were plastic at first because of how light they are but then one of them completely shattered in my brother's hand while he was washing it, now I'm too afraid to ever use the other one 😅

  • Monk Killedababy
    Monk Killedababy 4 meses atrás

    The big problem is that they’d break soooo easily. Having blown glass myself… this just isn’t a good idea. Also it won’t hold the frost as long, won’t stay cold.

  • The Deadpool Who Chuckles.
    The Deadpool Who Chuckles. 7 meses atrás +15

    Japan: Getting plastered is far too easy, how can we complicate it?

  • Mint
    Mint Mês atrás

    I almost swallowed a mouthful of broken glass from a very thin glass just a minute ago. Just goes to show that you need to be very careful when drinking from these glasses, never knowing when they might break. Nice video as always Vlad.

  • Loso Ono
    Loso Ono 6 meses atrás +3

    I broke so many of these when I was a sushi chef my boss started charging us $6 for each broken glass

  • Joseph
    Joseph 7 meses atrás +3088

    Having these glasses just means you have endless disposable income to spend on expensive glasses that break if a feather falls on it

    • Andreas karlsson
      Andreas karlsson 4 dias atrás

      @Jay Wilder naaw, im sorry for you. So gullable. But you know what? I dont care about what your opinion is. Not after that silly rant at least. 🤣

    • Jay Wilder
      Jay Wilder 4 dias atrás

      @Andreas karlsson These glasses don't exist for a gimmick, lolwhat. So is any glassware that's blown completely by hand a gimmick, just cause? Lol and a cocktail bar is a specific experience, and any bartender worth their salt will happily confirm that the style of glassware absolutely affects how a cocktail smells and therefore tastes. It's like having an authentic Mai Tai (obviously using faithful recreations from the original recipe like Denizen Merchant's Reserve) without garnishing it with a lime shell and mint - it tastes fundamentally different. Same thing if you serve it in a highball glass instead of a double rocks glass - it is going to taste vastly different. Sorry you don't have a developed palate and won't pick up on these things. If that's the case, then a cocktail bar is going to be a waste of money for you because you aren't going to be able to actually enjoy what you're imbibing.

    • Jay Wilder
      Jay Wilder 4 dias atrás

      @RollingxBigshot You're an idiot if you think that glassware does not affect a drink. A perfect example of this is a snifter glass, which is ideally what you want for enjoying whisky or other spirits. It absolutely affects the way you smell and taste. But hey, you believe whatever you want

    • Isaac Mulisa
      Isaac Mulisa Mês atrás

      @Rex Galilae touche, lol

    • Rex Galilae
      Rex Galilae Mês atrás

      @Isaac Mulisa
      And you must be great at spelling bees

  • Cheezus
    Cheezus 7 meses atrás

    We used to have these kinds of glasses back in Manila. I remembered breaking two of those and mum really got mad at me for 2 consecutive days-now that I have known that they’re really pricey, I guess I could say Mum has a reason on why she scolded me for breaking an adored kitchenware.

  • Diego Rolle
    Diego Rolle 3 meses atrás +1

    How the thickness of a glass might influence my "taste experience" is beyond me

  • Mar Joson
    Mar Joson Mês atrás

    I remember one time I was at my friend's house and they had these thin glasses - they offered me a drink since I was just chilling there and to my surprise I accidentally chipped off a potato chip sized piece from the glass when I subconsciously clamped the glass between my teeth
    Wouldn't recommend since they made fun of me for almost eating glass lmao

  • Ben
    Ben 7 meses atrás +1

    The real question is: Can anyone name anything that isn't expensive made in Japan?

  • Maxcrss
    Maxcrss 7 meses atrás +2

    Straight, to the point, informative. Perfect video :)

    • Maxcrss
      Maxcrss 7 meses atrás +1

      @Vlad SlickBartender I can’t wait to watch your other videos. Thank you! :)

    • Vlad SlickBartender
      Vlad SlickBartender  7 meses atrás +1

      Thank you!

  • Rage
    Rage 7 meses atrás

    The point in life when you can identify that instrument vlad used to measure the glass's thickness 😂

  • Josh Christiane
    Josh Christiane Mês atrás

    I bought two of these once. The first one I broke by putting ice in it, just gently dropping one small piece of ice in did the trick. Then my mom broke the second one just by holding it too tightly, broke in her hand, luckily didn't cut her, but I could see how it could have. I'll pass.

  • Gaming Equals
    Gaming Equals 7 meses atrás +14

    The best feature of these is that the second sip is always warm.

  • idk
    idk 7 meses atrás +5213

    imagine theres 2 pieces of ice but the glass is too thin and fragile so the bottom breaks

    • A 123
      A 123 3 meses atrás +1

      I remember when i worked in restaurant, it would happen i drop ice cube and it literally goes through glass hahaha

    • Display Name
      Display Name 4 meses atrás

      @idk you don’t understand the joke

    • idk
      idk 4 meses atrás +1

      @sam you dont understand a joke

    • sam
      sam 4 meses atrás +1

      this guy doesn't understand buoyancy

    • PREDATOR X FILMS
      PREDATOR X FILMS 4 meses atrás +1

      Its thick at the bottom bruh

  • Justin Carroll
    Justin Carroll 7 meses atrás +1

    I love how this is so totally opposed to good glass design. Those manufacturers have a great racket: paying top dollar for the worst version of a product.

    • 000 001
      000 001 7 meses atrás

      @Justin Carroll Plastic glasses? That's a hard no for me... These glasses always taste plasticky and oily. Just get regular glasses. They're cheap.

    • Justin Carroll
      Justin Carroll 7 meses atrás

      @000 001 I can understand why in at least some of those cases. A supercar is an ultimate 1 trick pony and there are plenty of high end and expensive items that are extremely durable and last a lifetime. Ultra thin glasses though got replaced by plastic by manufacturers of ultra-cheap products when the latter became available.

    • 000 001
      000 001 7 meses atrás

      This happens all of the time. There's some kind of self-defeating arrogance in the pursuit of standing out. Ferraris are awful cars to drive daily. They're low, uncomfortable, have a hard suspension, no storage, have poor mileage and high maintenance costs. High fashion doesn't care about practicality and looks ridiculous. Vinyl costs a fortune and sounds worse than CD. Designer sofas are uncomfortable to sit on. I can go on and on...

  • Goat Sinker
    Goat Sinker 6 meses atrás

    Better to have a thick walled glass that has more mass to help keep the liquid cold longer.

  • عالیہ عباسی
    عالیہ عباسی 6 meses atrás +1

    I’m a muslim, i’ve never been to a bar or had alcohol, nor do i plan to. But i’m still obsessed with your shorts for the art of cocktail making 😍✨

  • Abhay K
    Abhay K 9 dias atrás

    I really want to understand how a thin glass can affect the taste experience!!
    I'm excited to try it..!

  • Alan Robertson
    Alan Robertson 7 meses atrás +331

    I actually like the aesthetic that a thick base, on a glass, gives

    • Shaka Brah
      Shaka Brah 6 meses atrás +3

      @Erick Tellez what? They were talking about how a thick glass is better???

    • George Brantley
      George Brantley 7 meses atrás +5

      @gaabetzagooga He's just a troll on another comment thread, where people were explaining why various glass types exist and how some people might prefer a thin glass, and he was insisting that thin glasses are enjoyed only because of Japanese fetishism.

    • atomickid
      atomickid 7 meses atrás +6

      I love my glasses like my ladies... With thick bottoms

    • gaabetzagooga
      gaabetzagooga 7 meses atrás +20

      @Erick Tellez what? Anime?

    • Erick Tellez
      Erick Tellez 7 meses atrás +1

      @gaabetzagooga
      We get it, you like anime.

  • Dennis Sharpe
    Dennis Sharpe 6 meses atrás

    The drink also warms up really fast due to the loss of glass insulation.

  • Pankaj Jaiswal
    Pankaj Jaiswal 6 meses atrás +4

    I was expecting the last line : "surprisingly they are super strong"

  • LimPu
    LimPu 7 meses atrás

    They are artificially marked up. I know from importing them myself, that there are sometimes margins of 80-110%.

  • Cruxair
    Cruxair 6 meses atrás +1

    I expected him to say it takes years to master this glass making

  • aroundandround
    aroundandround 6 meses atrás

    Ok, so now Japanese stuff is going from overpriced and high quality that takes a lifetime to master to just being overpriced.

  • Nathaly Kim
    Nathaly Kim 6 meses atrás

    YO, I've been to Japan and their ice cubes amazed me so much, cuz they're perfect shaped, exactly like the ones in this video, perfectly squared

  • Jewel Shaun
    Jewel Shaun 7 meses atrás

    I saw those glasses at my local Japanese vintage and antique shop... Theo only cost a dollar.😳

  • Colton Steeves
    Colton Steeves 4 meses atrás

    Yeah unless you're a Japanese themed cocktail bar or charging $20 on average for a cocktail thin + expensive + ice = bad idea. I like dence crystal for my rocks and Colin's. Expensive look and hard to break, plus when they chip and can't be served to guests they're still great for home so I can just take them home instead of throwing them out lol

  • Keptaro
    Keptaro 7 meses atrás +19

    Honestly, I wouldn't buy these glasses for my bar. They seem a bit too pricy compared to all the negative points mentioned.
    Glasses, especially when served with alcohol, should be durable.
    But the Japanese sure know their marketing

  • Putri P.
    Putri P. 7 meses atrás

    What I like about Japanese people. They're very, very very dedicated to something. Either finding a perfect glass for cocktails, perfecting their plating technique for grape until they discover seedless super sweet grape, or using charcoal for anything so no charcoal wasted

  • J W
    J W 7 meses atrás +3

    I always have the temptation to bite extremely thin glass rims :(

    • Emil Stoltz
      Emil Stoltz 2 meses atrás

      I did that when I was young and it broke in my mouth. My mouth was fine but I was very confused.

  • rawfer mews
    rawfer mews 7 meses atrás

    To all the people complaining about fragility, in Japanese culture they like to handle their dinnerware elegantly and gently which is why so many of the dishes are fragile (not just glasses) and they usually follow specific etiquette rules specific to their culture. Before you use these glasses and judge them look into how they are meant to be used and don’t be so culturally ignorant.

  • omfgBlondie
    omfgBlondie 4 meses atrás

    A glass that chills fast also warms up fast. Same principle as a frying pan. A cast iron pan is going to take longer to heat up, but retains heat for longer.

  • Martin Erhard
    Martin Erhard 7 meses atrás +59

    So whats the advantage?
    I think the best cocktail glasses are actually the double walled ones with a vaccuum.
    They keep cold better, ice melts slower so your drink isnt diluted si easily and also not wet glas due to condensation on the outside

    • SnowyOwl
      SnowyOwl 4 meses atrás +3

      @George Brantley this glass definitely is not for a fast turnover bar, cause there the breakage would just be insane. It's for fancy bars, where they take actual 10 minutes to make each drink. The glass is materialized elitism. It provides no advantage, multiple disadvantages, doesn't feel great in the hand (I've held one, feels so so fragile and light), and just overall is pretty ugly compared to similarly priced thick glass. Also no, it doesn't make drinks taste better.

    • George Brantley
      George Brantley 7 meses atrás +2

      @Martin Erhard Cutomers expect a chilled glass, bars deliver. Chilling the glass does slow down the transfer of heat, even if just a bit--enough of a difference if a drink is downed fairly quickly in a high turnover setting. It is true that they are a bit fragile, though. Hence they are not *that* popular. But if you're accustomed to the thin glass, you'd know to be careful with it. Probably won't find much of these in touristy areas where customers may be accustomed to a thick glass, except as a novelty item.

    • Martin Erhard
      Martin Erhard 7 meses atrás +5

      @George Brantley but why do you need a chilled glas with all that ice inside?
      And I heard that those glasses break rather easily and are expensive.
      my fav. bar uses double walled glasses nowadays.

    • George Brantley
      George Brantley 7 meses atrás +3

      It makes it easier from the bartender side. If you have high customer turnover and cycle through the glasses quickly, you need a glass that'll chill quickly too. The assumption is that although the glass will also warm quickly, the tradeoff is worth it or else they'll run out of chilled glasses prematurely. So it helps with keeping costs lower for the bar by needing far fewer glasses. If it chills 3× faster but only costs 2× the price, you spend only 2/3 as much on glassware. Also, a thin glass is a bit of a novelty and lighter in the hand, so it may feel fancier to the customer, though this point is just subjective and highly variable.

    • FBI Guy
      FBI Guy 7 meses atrás +12

      @Martin Erhard The glass shards In your mouth from the shattered glass will add your own blood to your beverage. You will never get a taste experience like this again!

  • Fung Dark
    Fung Dark 6 meses atrás +10

    Lmao “taste experience”
    “Let me charge you 5x the price based on the glass it’s served in”
    😝😂

    • Gram
      Gram 2 dias atrás

      @CAN YOU FEEL THE LOVE cutting your lips and tongue on thin sharp class tends to add some awesome metallic taste

    • CAN YOU FEEL THE LOVE
      CAN YOU FEEL THE LOVE 26 dias atrás

      Exactly. How does having a thinner glass deliver a different "taste experience"?

  • Fabietto Aladin
    Fabietto Aladin 7 meses atrás +1

    Can you make a specific video on Japanese cocktails? I love them! Maybe interesting something with sake. There are so many types of sake

  • Jack Carter
    Jack Carter 2 meses atrás

    They get cold faster, but also warmer faster from your hand, likely heating the drink up more than it would have been

  • Sanaz Lol
    Sanaz Lol 7 meses atrás

    If I were a bartender with these glasses an option at hand I’d take a drunk test from customers, make sure they can handle it and not cause any unwanted damage.

  • Jake Bennett
    Jake Bennett 7 meses atrás +434

    I broke one once by literally just placing it back on the counter/bar top. Which was metal I might add!!!

    • The Will
      The Will 3 meses atrás

      My girlfriend family has this type of glasses and i accidentally broke one by just cheering whit it

    • DJ C
      DJ C 6 meses atrás +2

      Oh the cold glass luke warm stainless steel trick…pyrex loves it

    • Nick Rogers
      Nick Rogers 7 meses atrás +6

      @Joe M I think you overestimate the mental age of some of the people drinking.

    • Joe M
      Joe M 7 meses atrás +4

      @UBZ I do catering for weddings and I would usually never give kid guests actual glasses for this exact reason, especially these thin glasses lol! I break enough regular cups as an adult, most adults couldn't even manage these most likely. They look cool but they aren't practical at all.

    • Joe M
      Joe M 7 meses atrás

      @TheDragonfriday that's true!

  • Romantic Outlaw
    Romantic Outlaw 7 meses atrás

    considering that sometimes my normal glasses just shatter when I pick them up this might not be well suited to my household lol

  • アレックスAlexander
    アレックスAlexander 7 meses atrás

    I had a set of 8 of these. Key word is "had". Its impossible not to break them. They were nice for a while, though

  • throne of lies
    throne of lies 6 meses atrás

    Wouldn't you want a thicker glass that stays cold the transfer of heat from your hand into the drink is gonna be super fast with that

  • Steve Henry
    Steve Henry 4 meses atrás

    I feel like if this was made from borosilicate glass it would help counteract the thinness of the glass

  • Shinoki
    Shinoki 7 meses atrás +221

    Imagine losing one of these expensive glass to thermal shock

    • Magnus Magnusson
      Magnus Magnusson 2 meses atrás

      @Andrew K 😂member when you mocked that guy who was dubious over losing a beverage glass to thermal shock and claiming all glass expands like any other?🤣

    • Andrew K
      Andrew K 2 meses atrás +1

      @Magnus Magnusson What I said is literally just a fact, I'm sorry you don't understand the material properties of glass, but I've worked with and studied different types of glass for almost a decade lol I'm a glass blower/ glass artist. I know what I'm talking about 🤷‍♂️

    • Magnus Magnusson
      Magnus Magnusson 2 meses atrás

      @Andrew K looOL no you actually thought glass is like an element on the periodic table 🤣

    • Andrew K
      Andrew K 2 meses atrás +1

      @Magnus Magnusson All I said was that all types of glass have their own coefficients of expansion lol, which is true. So what point are you trying to make? Lol

    • Magnus Magnusson
      Magnus Magnusson 2 meses atrás +1

      @Andrew K niet. high carbon steel, stainless steel, and cast iron, these are mostly made of iron but they are all very different materials. Same goes for high silica glass, soda glass, lead glass, optical fibers, etc... it is not a marketing gimmick. Soda glass is the cheap stuff that breaks when you pour cold water into one after taking it out of the hot dishwasher.

  • Skylordian Andy
    Skylordian Andy 3 meses atrás +3

    I love how almost everyone is bashing on these glasses.

  • mandavaler
    mandavaler 4 meses atrás

    I do love a thin glass meant for alcohol but they break so so easily 😢

  • specteractual1
    specteractual1 3 meses atrás

    The fact that it gets cold very fast also means that it is going to get warm faster

  • Kylo B
    Kylo B 7 meses atrás

    They're thin and get cold really fast, means they're more susceptible to temperature changes and within a minute after being pulled out of the refrigerator/freezer they'll be just a regular skinny glass with no other value whatsoever. The cocktail makers use a tonne of ice, barely any drink whatsoever when you account for the volume the ice takes up, and charge you a ridiculous amount for it. Meaning your ice will melt faster, dilute your drink more and ruin itself unless you drink it quickly and order another one.

  • Devyn Gaffney
    Devyn Gaffney 3 meses atrás

    I fail to see how getting tipsy combined with ultra fragile glass can ever be a good combination

  • Life with LO
    Life with LO 7 meses atrás

    I used to work at bed bath and beyond and we had glasses like that, it was so thin and flimsy I didn’t think it was actually glass and I squeezed it and cut my hand haha

  • Uri Ulrich
    Uri Ulrich 7 meses atrás

    The best glass has to be the Schoppenglas (500ml) of course. Maybe even a Dubbeglas.

  • Dwayne Cockerham
    Dwayne Cockerham 19 dias atrás

    I worked in the glass industry for a couple years. I learned to respect glass in a different way. I ain’t putting that near my face!

  • DaqTheDuck
    DaqTheDuck 7 meses atrás +5

    Honestly the only reason is because it's from Japan. Almost every Japan product I see is an explanation on why it's expensive. Like bruh

  • ペースメーカーコバヤシ

    Well, it's not necessarily expensive. You can buy glasses as thin as expensive one in one dollar shop in Japan.

  • Malte Elwhagen
    Malte Elwhagen 2 meses atrás

    Is it just me, or does a heavier glass just feel better to hold? It feels sturdier and more expensive than a light glass.

  • 𓉢日̊语̰學̚んて͆̈るඞ̻̽𓀒

    Is there some sort of extra material within the glass making progress that strengths the glass at all?

  • Eviano
    Eviano 7 meses atrás

    I always drink my coffee from thin porcelain mugs, and for beer I dont like too drink it from thick glass. I swear it does affect the experience and taste.

  • Mirco Muntener
    Mirco Muntener 7 meses atrás

    The Germans have a similar glass style created specifically for serving a particular beer, after which they are named: Kölsch.

  • Luiz Sarchis
    Luiz Sarchis 7 meses atrás +25

    "Hey, mate, congratulations on getting married! Here is to your future marriage!"
    *shatters glasses when toasting*

    • Zen Chang
      Zen Chang 6 meses atrás +1

      @Wi Sono im well aware 🤣

    • Wi Sono
      Wi Sono 6 meses atrás +1

      @Zen Chang bad omen Lmao

    • Zen Chang
      Zen Chang 7 meses atrás +1

      Genius

  • J
    J 6 meses atrás

    This makes as much sense to me as copper cups for cold drinks. 🤦‍♂️

  • Ryan Murphy
    Ryan Murphy 7 meses atrás +196

    “Change the taste experience” it’s glass that’s literally impossible don’t let marketing fool you

    • Ryan Murphy
      Ryan Murphy 4 dias atrás

      @Jay Wilder also replying to comments that are 7 months old is a pretty weird look

    • Ryan Murphy
      Ryan Murphy 4 dias atrás

      @Jay Wilder glass has 0 chemical effect on the taste of a drink and if you think it does you need to learn how science works lmao

    • Vanity Over Sanity
      Vanity Over Sanity 4 dias atrás

      @Jay Wilder glass has no taste mate. It's aesthetically pleasing at times. But 2 glass of same shape make 0 difference to the taste

    • Jay Wilder
      Jay Wilder 4 dias atrás

      It's literally possible, talk to any bartender that's created a bar program and they'll be happy to inform you exactly how wrong you are

    • Vanity Over Sanity
      Vanity Over Sanity 2 meses atrás +1

      Yeah that was bullshit. And so was visual charity. Minimal thickness different and the glass are fucking clear. I can't believe people get fooled by this shit.

  • Vanger
    Vanger 7 meses atrás

    Once I broke a small blender trying to crush ice with it. These glasses are just gonna fall apart in my hands, let alone when there's ice inside 😂

  • fargus5000model
    fargus5000model 7 meses atrás +1

    Or you could use a thick glass and chill it to keep the drink colder longer like basically every other bar does with their glasses 🙄

  • Nigel Adams
    Nigel Adams 7 meses atrás +1

    Wouldn't they also heat up faster? You know the whole thermal Mass thing

  • D.Humming
    D.Humming 6 meses atrás

    I was wondering about durability and the last statement got me “be very careful.”

  • WeedGrandma
    WeedGrandma 7 meses atrás +50

    I'll have to remember that; "don't grab it like it's a plastic cup when you're drunk"
    I could totally see myself grabbing it and it breaking in my hand 🥴

  • Lexy Tafoya
    Lexy Tafoya 4 meses atrás

    I have one of those and It takes a lot of courage to use it but it’s definitely my favorite

  • Jebrone Kitty
    Jebrone Kitty 7 meses atrás

    I don't like the idea of thin fragile glass in my bar. But at an official bar I think it would be nice

  • BigAnimeTiddies
    BigAnimeTiddies 6 meses atrás

    I fail to see how making the completely transparent material thinner somehow makes it easier or prettier to look at.

  • Frank Parker
    Frank Parker 7 meses atrás

    Wouldn’t those glasses also warm back up too quickly before you have finished your drink?

  • Dr. Pepper
    Dr. Pepper 6 meses atrás

    Oh, so that's why that animatronic Gundam robot bar in Japan used actual lightbulbs instead of cups. They were on a budget !

  • Julian B
    Julian B 6 meses atrás

    If the spaniards can sell a balenciaga regular ol baseball cap for 400 bucks, i think this glass is perfectly fine. Ditto for wine snobs and stemware...or the chinese and yixing tea pots
    Its actually quite unique to hold, and very beautiful. Theres a shop in los angeles called : " good liver ".i felt it there...but too expensive for me.

  • mohammed irfan
    mohammed irfan 5 meses atrás

    My dad owns a shop where we sell these thin glasses i hate those usually they break without even opening the box but they were expensive i didnt know why

  • the gaming gamer
    the gaming gamer 7 meses atrás

    I’m just wondering how that glass is not breaking your hand when you’re holding it

  • Tasha
    Tasha 6 meses atrás +1

    The Japanese are so extra 😅 Gosh, I love their products!

  • dyscea
    dyscea 7 meses atrás

    Won’t they warm faster, too?
    Just saying. I’d love to have these and drink out of them inside a walk in freezer.

  • Johnathan Rivard
    Johnathan Rivard 4 meses atrás

    Okay when ever I drink out of a thin style glass I always get the urge to just bite down hard on the glass 😂

  • Laura McDowell-Kurtz
    Laura McDowell-Kurtz 7 meses atrás +1

    When I was like 6 I went to a fancy restaurant and I wanted a wine glass so I was drinking my coke and I bit the glass so it broke😂👍🏻

  • Sir Cumference
    Sir Cumference 7 meses atrás +288

    Where I work we use glasses like this and I’ve broken so many, they kind of suck

    • EJM
      EJM 4 meses atrás +1

      @analogdistortion saying the N word

    • Anoop Gupta
      Anoop Gupta 5 meses atrás

      Did you pay for them?

    • Niralok
      Niralok 5 meses atrás +3

      Sir Cumference

    • Portia
      Portia 6 meses atrás +2

      Ok Im gonna break the hilarious trend in this thread 😂 and say my first thought was damn where u wrk at that they got yall drinking out these super expensive glasses? And r yall hiring lol

    • g the we
      g the we 6 meses atrás +12

      @analogdistortion slight horniness

  • José Islanio
    José Islanio 6 meses atrás +5

    "it's half the glass for double the price"

  • Colin In The Closet
    Colin In The Closet 7 meses atrás

    You can buy thin glasses that break easily from Walmart pretty cheap. No need to pay extra getting it from Japan.

  • Nate Thomas
    Nate Thomas 7 meses atrás

    This doesn’t actually explain WHY they’re expensive. It just says they are and shows how to stir a drink.

  • Halcyon
    Halcyon 7 meses atrás

    Them being fragile may very well be a good thing if the bar wants to make some extra money off of people having to pay them for new glasses.

  • Jon Trickel
    Jon Trickel 7 meses atrás

    This seems a little silly, spending more for a less insulated, less fragile glass? I mean, if you hold the glass there is more glass to lessen the heat transfer from your hand to your drink, or just ambient air of that matter.

  • Merlot
    Merlot 3 meses atrás +1

    I love those big square or circle ice cubes man. I just wanna eat them 😩 🧊

  • Illuzions
    Illuzions 3 meses atrás

    I don’t know about this one, I wouldn’t serve with this glass unless I was in a top tier bar cuz that glass probably won’t pay for itself unless you’re very lucky or the people are extremely careful but that just doesn’t happen when people are drunk

  • TheFreeBro
    TheFreeBro 6 meses atrás +1

    If it gets cold quickly it also heats up faster. How was this thought to be a good idea