Merch Monday 5/23: Summer glassware from Lenox

Lenox Mother’s Day highlights. Image courtesy Lenox
Lenox Mother’s Day highlights. Image courtesy Lenox /

Summer is quickly approaching. Now is the time to start dusting off the patio furniture and cleaning the grill so you can host lots of cookouts and get-togethers. Here at Guilty Eats I’ve shared lots of cocktail recipes for you to make at home. I’ve also recently showcased some wines to try.  But if you’re hosting a summer party, you’ll want to serve your beverages in something special.

Founded in 1889, Lenox has become a household name. They are well-known for their tableware and gifts. This week’s Merch Monday Madness is all about drinkware. From wine glasses to water glasses, Lenox offers glassware that will fit your summer drinking needs.

Kate Spade Charlotte Street 2-piece Highball Glass Set – Kate Spade has had a long standing partnership with Lenox and the collection includes dishes, picture frames, barware and more. These Charlotte Street Highball glasses come in either blue or white, but I personally love the pop of color that the blue provides. These glasses are perfect for summer cocktails or mocktails.

Lenox Blush Double Old Fashioned – When you’re ready to serve whisky, a Manhattan, or a bourbon on the rocks, use a Lenox Blush Double Old Fashioned. This is classic, crystal glassware that will show off your beverage in sophisticated style.

Lenox makes glassware for all your summer drinks

Lenox Tuscany Stackables – These crystal glasses are great for those who are short on storage space. They stack so you can easily store them in a cabinet. Choose from either a 6 piece short set, a 6 piece tall set, or a 12 piece set that contains 6 of each size. They are great for sipping summer beverages like fresh-squeezed lemonade, iced tea, or even some ice-cold water. If you prefer tinted glasses, they come in amber, green or smoke.

Lenox Signature Series Warm & Cool Region 4-Piece Wine Glass Set– Lenox collaborated with Victoria Jones to create this series of wine glasses. Jones became a sommelier at age 21 and has won many awards, including Food & Wine’s 2018 ‘Sommelier of the Year.’ While most wine glasses are generally made for the varietal of wine (red or white), these glasses were made for the region where the wine is produced. According to the Lenox website, “For warmer climates, where more sunshine means more richness, we crafted a glass with a deep bowl to allow the wine to breathe. In cooler climates, the aromas are more delicate, so we designed stemware with a smaller opening to capture every detail in the wine.”

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Guilty Eaters do you own any Lenox drinkware?  Which of these glasses do you prefer?