No More Drama with Taza Stemless Wine Glasses
I’m not much of a wine drinker, but I can appreciate a glass every now and then. With Taza Stemless Wine Glasses, sipping and cleaning is drama-free!
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Made with Tritan plastic, these BPA and EA-free stemless wine glasses are easy to mistake for real glass – that is until you pick it up. These glasses have a great feel in your hand, but they’re not too heavy. Sipping wine from them is more carefree, because you don’t have to worry about breaking a glass if it happens to fall from your hand when you get a bit tipsy 🙂
They are dishwasher safe – as long as you put them on the top rack and skip the heat settings. I’m a proponent of hand washing dishes, and I have very small hands, but I can’t get my hand all the way through the top. However, I just use a brush, or put the sponge in the glass and swish it around and they clean up easy. However, I would not let anything sugary or syrup based sit and dry in the bottom, because cleaning it out of the bottom of the glass is difficult. Just make sure you rinse them after drinking such beverages.
You get four Taza Stemless Wine Glasses in the box, each wrapped in plastic. Give them a quick wash the first time out of the box and you’re ready to sip. I love drinking orange juice from these glasses, but be careful, because they hold more liquid than you think. At ozs each, they can hold about half a bottle of wine – I learned that the hard way.
They have officially become my tumblers of choice when I want to grab a quick drink of anything! They’re fun to use, but I do find that they are not necessarily easy to store, since they don’t stack. If you keep the original compartmentalized box, you’ll always have a convenient way to store them, especially if you only use them for special occasions.
Taza says these stemless wine glasses have a lip saver, but I find the rim to be a little bit too thin and not as rounded as it should be, although better than most other plastic stemware by far – just minor nitpicking here.
You can use Taza Stemless Wine Glasses at home, for parties, at the beach, indoors, outdoors, or any place else you can imagine. These are also great for kids because there is no risk of breakage – I’m sure moms would love glasses that can do double duty!
So. . .what are you waiting for? I’m sure you have a bottle of wine just dying to get into a Taza Stemless Wine Glass! With Christmas just around the corner, these would make a great gift too! Check out their website today!
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