Looking for some new gin glasses to serve up your G&T in style? We've chosen 10 of the best, whether you want a supersized gin goblet, a set of stemless glasses to serve a crowd or a perfect housewarming gift for a gin lover. Whether you want something chic and elegant or more modern and minimalist, there's a gin glass for everyone.


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Best gin glasses to buy at a glance

  • Best gin glasses for gifting: Oliver Bonas Rina green gin glasses, £19.50/set of 2
  • Best ridged gin glasses: Nachtmann crystal gin and tonic glasses, £40/set of 4
  • Best flat-bottomed gin glasses: Anton Studio Designs Empire gin glasses, £22/set of 2
  • Best budget gin glasses: M&S Maxim gin glasses, £15/set of 4
  • Best short-stemmed gin glasses: Joules Bumblebee gin glasses, £30.45/set of 4
  • Best stemless gin glasses: Dartington crystal copa glasses, £36/set of 6
  • Best large-capacity gin glasses: ProCook Rochelle gin balloons, £20/set of 2
  • Best coloured gin glasses: Anthropologie Waterfall gin glasses, £56/set of 4
  • Best chunky gin glasses: Pasabahce gin and tonic glasses, £23.90/set of 4
  • Best angular gin glasses: John Lewis Connoisseur gin glasses, £25/set of 2

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Oliver Bonas Rina green gin glasses

Oliver Bonas gin glasses

Best gin glasses for gifting

In a classic copa shape, these glasses have a dimpled diamond pattern on the bowl and shorter, chunky green stems. They have a 625ml capacity, which is generous without being oversized. Packaged in a smart box (with specific gift boxing available), they'd make a great birthday or housewarming gift for a G&T fan.

Available from:
Oliver Bonas (£19.50/set of 2)

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Nachtmann crystal gin and tonic glasses

Nachtmann gin glasses

Best ridged gin glasses

These gin glasses have a smart ridged design and long, narrow stems that make them almost wine-glass-like in appearance. They have a 640ml capacity and wide bowl for easy stirring and blending of drinks and ice.

Available from:
John Lewis (£40/set of 4)

Anton Studio Designs Empire gin glasses

Anton Studio Designs gin glass

Best flat-bottomed gin glasses

Handmade from mouthblown glass, these gin glasses have a flat base to the bowl (which has a narrowly ridged design), for a modern twist on the classic round bowl shape. They have a 700ml capacity, making them slightly larger than some glasses we've seen.

Available from:
John Lewis (£22/set of 2)

Maxim gin glasses

M&S Maxim gin glasses

Best budget set of gin glasses

If you're worried about breakages, this set of gin glasses is a wallet-friendly option, with four glasses for just £15. With a 780ml capacity, they'll make a large gin and tonic and are dishwasher-safe for easy clean-up at the end.

Available from:
M&S (£15/set of 4)

Joules Bumblebee gin glasses

Joules gin glasses

Best short-stemmed gin glasses

These short-stemmed glasses have a small, chunky stem and embossed bumblebee design that gives them a vintage look. They have just a 350ml capacity, making them the smallest on our list – not best suited for large spritzes, but you can use them for wine and stronger cocktails too.

Available from:
Amazon (£30.47/set of 4)

Dartington stemless copa glasses

Dartington Crystal gin glasses

Best stemless gin glasses

These gin glasses have the bowl shape of of a classic copa glass, without the long stem – making them easier to store and pop in the dishwasher. You get six in the set, which is ideal for entertaining and also makes them good value at just £6 a glass. It's also possible to personalise the glasses with text and even image engraving, if you like. They have a smaller capacity than most of our other picks, at 440ml, making them suitable for short drinks and cocktails as well as G&Ts.

Available from:
Dartington Crystal (£36/set of 6)

ProCook Rochelle gin balloon

ProCook gin balloon

Best large-capacity gin glasses

As the 'balloon' name suggests, these are the largest gin glasses we've spotted, with a hefty 820ml capacity. This is great if you like plenty of ice in your drink or want to leave room for stirring spritzes together directly in the glass. They have a wide bowl, subtle ribbed design and are dishwasher-safe.

Available from:
ProCook (£22/set of 2)

Anthropologie Waterfall gin glasses

Anthropologie waterfall glasses

Best coloured gin glasses

If you want to add some colour to your glassware collection, these gold-trimmed glasses have a delicate tint in either pale honey or light pink, in a 'waterfall' design that becomes stronger at the base of the glass. It is worth considering that the gold trim means these are only suitable for hand-washing.

Available from:
Anthropologie (£56/set of 4)

Pasabahce gin glasses

Amazon gin glasses

Best chunky gin glasses

For something a little less delicate, these chunky gin glasses have a thicker stem and bowl, making them easy to hold although slightly on the heavier side. They have a subtle diamond engraving and a medium 500ml capacity.

Available from:
Amazon (£23.90/set of 4)

John Lewis Connoisseur gin glasses

John Lewis gin glasses

Best angular gin glass

A subtle modern twist on a classic copa shape, these John Lewis gin glasses have a more angular design for a contemporary feel. They have an elegant long, thin stem (which is reinforced for strength, despite its delicate appearance) and are made from high-clarity glass, yet are still dishwasher-safe.

Available from:
John Lewis (£25/set of 2)


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Lucy RoxburghEcommerce and Reviews Editor

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