Burgundy Red Liqueur Cup

Concept Made for drinking a dessert wine like a sweet sherry. Process The cup and stem were made as pinch pots. You probably tried this out in kindergarten. It looks simple, but it is actually really tricky to do well. One needs to gradually and evenly work the clay all the way around. Going too…

Water Blue Liqueur Cup

Concept Did you know barley wine is technically beer and is only called wine because of its high alcohol content? How about that it was first made to quench the English aristocracy’s thirst for strong drinks, such as Claret, which were made unavailable by conflicts with France during the latter part of the 18th century?…

Pistachio Green Liqueur Cup

Concept Did you know that the color chartreuse is actually named after the beverage Chartreuse, which has been made by monks since 1736? One of my interests is in cocktails and the history of liquors and alcohol preparation, which, naturally, is tied into social history. As a response to this thread of investigation, I made…