Old-Fashioned Glass

(n.) A type of short tumbler glass used for drinks over ice or neat, also called a rocks glass or lowball glass. The wide-brimmed glass has a thick base that is ideal for muddling non-liquid ingredients in cocktails such as the namesake Old Fashioned. The traditional glass holds between 6-8 oz of liquid, while the double old-fashioned glass holds 12-14 oz.