You'll Never Guess How This Glass Got Its Shape | Bon Appétit

Legend has it the coupe glass received its shape in a very particular way…

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10 Replies to “You'll Never Guess How This Glass Got Its Shape | Bon Appétit”

  1. So, as there is a French connection to the shape, how should 'coupe' be pronounced? In automobiles, it is pronounced 'coop-ay' as it has the accent over the 'e' (coupé) and my guess would be, as the 'e' is still attached in the word, it should be 'coop-ay' rather than 'coop'… any thoughts peeps?

  2. Hey, hey! Don't leave us with that…
    Leave us with who's tiddy was used to shape the champagne flute!


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