The Copa De Balon glass allegedly has its routes in the 17th century Basque region of Spain and is more commonly known as a balloon glass to most drinkers. Like a brandy glass, the extra-wide bowl captures the aromas of the gin. It prevents ice melting quickly and diluting the drink. Whether you pile your gin with fruit and aromatics in a Spanish style or prefer a simple slice of cucumber or lime, our range of gin and tonic glasses have you covered. For more traditional gin drinkers, our selection of taller Tom Collins glasses and hi balls allows you to serve a long and slender G and T.