An ultimate wondering. How could the type of glass affect the taste?
Perhaps some of you must’ve done “a tasting session” by the glass, don’t you?
Our manager, Yutaro Kimura, designed the coupe glass, as known as the saucer champagne glass. - shallow, broad-rimmed, and stemmed in design.
In our modern times the flute glass takes the majority in restaurants, although the mainstream was the coupe glass for the most part before. Historically speaking, the coupe glass was the first official champagne glass that was popularized among the nobles in Europe. We wonder whether the shape was created by deeper calculation or logic, yet it was the reason to be in that shape why it had been adored for a long time.