The Corkcicle Cigar Glass Is One Way to Enjoy the Finer Things in Life

If you’re not familiar with Corkcicle, they are the creators of some of the best products for carrying your favorite beverage either at home or on the go. But if you are the type who enjoys drinking your whiskey while smoking a cigar at the same time, you need to check out their Cigar Glass.

The Corkcicle Cigar Glass Is One Way to Enjoy the Finer Things in Life

To be honest, I’m completely new at the cigar life, but thanks to my mother, I’ve been embracing it as a once in a while way of bonding with her. So when Corkcicle introduced me to their Whiskey Glass with Cigar Holder, I knew I had to show it to her. Essentially, it’s just Corkcicle’s traditional Whiskey glass with a built-in notch on the side of the glass, but the Corkcicle Cigar Glass is an ingenious way of setting your cigar down to take a break while enjoying your favorite Kentucky-based beverage (or any beverage for that matter).

The Corkcicle Cigar Glass Is One Way to Enjoy the Finer Things in Life

The glass is surprisingly functional, giving the fact that the cigar will sit on its side which allows it to burn slow without getting caught in your hand. The whiskey glass holds roughly 9 ounces of liquid (obviously less with ice), but the premise here is all about actually multitasking. The whiskey glass’s unique style looks phenomenal, and it will impress every friend or family member who comes over and wants to enjoy a drink on the rocks — even if you don’t add a cigar, to it. I’m already considering buying more, and you can too for $24.95 directly from Corkcicle.

Source: Manufacturer supplied review unit

What I Like: Multitasking is KEY with this unique cigar glass; It looks elegant no matter if you smoke or not

What Needs Improvement: Pricey yet unique

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Greg Alston
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