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Half Pint Glasses

Down in one…well, two actually

Half Pint Glasses

Down in one…well, two actually

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good for lager, great for tea!

Great for hot and cold drinks!

When it comes to supping drinks you can’t beat the look and feel of a proper pint glass. It’s traditional, innit? But you don’t always fancy an entire pint of lager, let alone lemonade or tea, especially when you’re at home. That’s why you need the Half Pint Glass.

Ideal for anyone who hankers after that ‘down the local’ vibe, this smart twin-wall glass is the same size as a pint but only holds a half. Think of it as a glass Tardis in reverse. Failing that, think of it as a clever receptacle that can still mix it with the big boys despite its reduced capacity.

We think this stylish piece of glassware is perfect for that much needed morning-after-the-night-before glass of water, as it feels reassuringly familiar in shaky hands. But why stop at water? The Half Pint’s glass-within-a-glass design insulates drinks Thermos-style, so you can hold it without burning your mitts. Cup of tea? Make mine a half.

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Please Note:
  • Holds approximately half a pint when filled to the top. This amount may vary slightly between glasses.
  • Dishwasher proof.
Product Features:
  • Looks like a full pint glass
  • Made of Borosilicate glass
  • Great for hot and cold drinks
    • Dimensions:
      • Measures approximately 14.6cm(H) x 8.5cm(Diameter)

Customer Reviews

Owen, the glass used to make these glasses is 'borosilicate' glass, like Pyrex. It's designed for hot drinks too so fresh from the kettle should be fine :).
Ryan, Scotland - 4th December 2011
Mmmmm...Bought the mug version before I saw this one. Would a lower temperature water have to be used to make tea due to the material being glass instead of ceramic?
Owen Evans, South Wales - 29th April 2011