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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 story of the Sazerac starts in the mid-19th century with a cognac brand named Sazerac-de-Forge et Fils. Around the same time, a New Orleans coffee house, later known as the Sazerac Coffee House, began serving a cocktail made with this specific cognac, as well as sugar, water, and bitters from a local apothecary, Antoine Amedie Peychaud. Peychaud's bitters are a key ingredient that continues to be used in the cocktail today.

The original Sazerac cocktail was a simple concoction, likely based on the old-fashioned cocktails of the time, which were typically a mix of spirits, sugar, water, and bitters. But it evolved over time due to historical circumstances. The phylloxera epidemic in France in the late 19th century devastated grape crops and led to a severe shortage of cognac. As a result, bartenders began substituting rye whiskey for the cognac in many drinks, including the Sazerac.

Another significant change came with the addition of absinthe as a rinse for the glass in which the Sazerac is served. However, in the early 20th century, absinthe was banned in the United States due to fears about its safety. Bartenders switched to using an anise-flavored liqueur, Herbsaint, as a substitute. In modern recipes, either absinthe (which is now legal in the U.S.) or Herbsaint may be used.


Despite these alterations, the essence of the Sazerac has remained the same, and it is still widely regarded as one of the oldest known cocktails. Its rich and complex flavors are a testament to the cultural melting pot of New Orleans, and the drink has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity in the 21st century as part of the growing interest in classic and historical cocktails.

The Sazerac is a classic American cocktail with a history deeply rooted in New Orleans, where it was named the official cocktail of the city in 2008.

Product Specs:

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

Sazerac Rocks Glass

SKU: 20723802677102387498
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