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Introducing the perfect addition to your home barware collection - the Klassik Cocktails rock glass! Made from high-quality glass, these glasses feature classic cocktail recipes printed on the side, making it easy to whip up your favorite drinks at home. The sturdy base and thick walls ensure that your drink stays cool and refreshing, while the sleek design adds a touch of sophistication to any cocktail party.


  1. Classic Cocktail Recipes: No need to flip through a recipe book or search the internet for the perfect cocktail recipe. Our rock glasses come with classic cocktail recipes printed right on the glass, making it easy to create your favorite drinks at home.

  2. High-Quality Glass: Made from high-quality glass, our rock glasses are sturdy and durable, ensuring that they will last for years to come.

  3. Perfect for Any Occasion: Whether you're hosting a cocktail party or just enjoying a drink at home, our rock glasses are the perfect addition to any occasion.

  4. Sleek Design: The sleek design of our rock glasses adds a touch of sophistication to any home barware collection.

  5. Keeps Drinks Cool: The sturdy base and thick walls of our rock glasses ensure that your drink stays cool and refreshing, even on a hot summer day.

  6. Great Gift Idea: Looking for the perfect gift for the cocktail lover in your life? Look no further than our Klassik Cocktails rock glasses!


The Manhattan is a classic cocktail that is widely recognized as one of the oldest mixed drinks in cocktail history. It's made with whiskey, sweet vermouth, and bitters, and it is often garnished with a cherry. Here is a brief history of the Manhattan cocktail:


Like many classic cocktails, the precise origin of the Manhattan is not definitively known and is subject to various claims and theories. One of the most popular stories traces its origin back to the 1860s at the Manhattan Club in New York City. According to this account, the drink was invented at a banquet hosted by Jennie Jerome, the mother of Winston Churchill, in honor of presidential candidate Samuel J. Tilden. The success of the banquet made the drink fashionable, thereby leading to the drink being named after the club.

However, this widely-told story is likely a myth because records indicate that Jennie Jerome was in France, pregnant with Winston Churchill at the time of this supposed banquet. Nevertheless, the association with the Manhattan Club persists.

In terms of documented history, the earliest reference to a Manhattan cocktail in its modern form comes from William Schmidt's "The Flowing Bowl," published in 1891. It's likely that the Manhattan was being made in bars before this, as the cocktail’s ingredients were popular and widely available during this period.

The Manhattan gained widespread popularity in the 20th century, but its recipe has been tweaked over time and has numerous variations. Originally, it was made with American rye whiskey, but during Prohibition, Canadian whisky, which was more accessible, became the common choice. After Prohibition, the Manhattan continued to be made commonly with either rye or bourbon.

In the 21st century, the Manhattan has experienced a resurgence in popularity, largely due to a renewed interest in classic cocktails. Its simple elegance and timeless appeal have kept it a staple in cocktail menus around the world. It’s seen as a sophisticated choice, and its rich history adds to its allure.

Product Specs:

.: Size: 10oz (0.3l)
.: Material: 100% clear glass
.: Straight sides for stability
.: Durable construction

Manhattan Rocks Glass

SKU: 51355619025224711035
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