The legendary Teku glass was designed by Italian sensory analyst Lorenzo Dabove, and top master brewer Teo Musso. Often described as the best glass for optimal beer enjoyment, it efficiently concentrates the full array of flavours for the nose and palate. The tulip captures and releases a beer's aromas in the convex curve.
Reminiscent of a wine glass with the enlarged chimney and narrow top, it is a versatile match with most craft beer styles, and is a fine recipient for other drinks as well. It's no secret that the Teku is incredibly pleasing to the eye.
The slim stem keeps one's hand from warming up the liquid, so that it remains at the perfect serving temperature. As for the rim, it was made to feel comfortable on the lips for generous sips.
For those looking to use it in an official tasting, it is best to fill only a third. This method optimizes the head retention and allows you to tipple your nose into the glass to enjoy the subtleties of the product.
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