Stuck In Glass Reviews: Fun To Enjoy

Stuck In Glass Reviews: Fun To Enjoy

About Stuck In Glass

After years of trial and error, hundreds of broken glasses and a stiff drink or twenty, they created a mind-bending line of handmade glassware that captures a piece of your character in every glass. It all started with their original product, the bullet embedded in a glass back in 2015. People were amazed and the product was wildly successful. Then came the questions and ideas from their enthusiastic friends and customers about what else they wanted to see stuck in a glass. Dozens of drawings, some copyright and patent filings later and an initial line of Stuck In Glass, they have created a new and exciting line of glassware with a goal in mind of ‘something for everyone’.

Stuck in Glass was founded in 2017 as a family owned and operated Company. Every piece of glassware is individually hand embedded through a painstaking process, no two are exactly alike. Their design team is here at our sunny Orlando, Florida facility where they personalize and ship all of the glassware. Whether you’re a shark at the poker table, an ace on the golf course or just a well-heeled wino, their handcrafted creations infuse a little bit of your personality into the very vessel you’re sipping from.

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Wine is meant to be fun to enjoy, and what better way to enjoy a glass of wine but in a unique stemless wine glass.
When was the last time you drank a glass of wine in a glass that had a cork stuck in the side of the glass? This isn’t a plastic glass, but a real honest to goodness glass that somehow was made to attach a cork through the glass! The cork actually is indented into the wine glass and after using it for some wine tasting, the glass is definitely sealed completely inside. The cork is attached somehow to the wine glass so it’s not coming out.
Stuck In Glass provides three styles of wine glasses right now, but besides wine glasses, they also provide unique shot glasses, whiskey glasses, and pint glasses. And of course, each handblown glassware captures a piece of your character in every glass.

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