Food & Drink

The 15 Craziest Ways to Serve a Drink

From coupe glasses to tiki mugs, there are plenty of traditional glasses to choose from when creating a cocktail, and they all have their time and place depending on the drink in question. But some bartenders are choosing to shun expected glassware in favor of drinking vessels that are a little more exciting. Here are 15 ways that bartenders around the world are getting creative when serving their drinks.

Talk about a lightbulb moment—this cocktail is illuminating. (We’ll see ourselves out.)

Lowball cocktails taste even better with mini scenescapes.

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Splish splash I was… drinking a Martini?

When your drink comes in a bath. Lavender martini with bubblegum bubbles. #bubblebath #cocktail #rubberduck

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Here’s to taking the Prairie Oyster literally.

Tiki haven Three Dots and a Dash dives in with a scuba helmet and liquid nitrogen.

Life is more fun below sea level. 🌺

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You can drink straight out of a can...

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...or an ice cube.

No glass required.

When pipe dreams really do come true.

Smoking mezcal cocktail not your average drink choice ...

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Don’t worry, Jaws won’t bite.

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We’ve got disco fever.

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Locked inside your heart-shaped… glass?

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Melt away with this popsicle bubble.

We’re not exactly sure what’s going on here, but we like it.

Smoky mojito parfumé au Chanel 🍸#bastille #mojitolab #mojito #crazycocktails #smokymojito #number5 #chanel 🍹

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When all else fails, order an IV.

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