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Catering Glassware are items that are used in a catering forums to provide vessels for beverages and sometimes food to be served in. There are several examples of this: Champagne Glasses are a form of stemware designed specifically to enhance the drinking of champagne. The two most common forms are the flute and coupe. In each the stem allows the drinker to hold the more

Catering Glassware are items that are used in a catering forums to provide vessels for beverages and sometimes food to be served in. There are several examples of this: Champagne Glasses are a form of stemware designed specifically to enhance the drinking of champagne. The two most common forms are the flute and coupe. In each the stem allows the drinker to hold the glass without affecting the temperature of the drink, making them readily adaptable to consuming other sparkling wines and certain beers.

Dessert and Sundae Glasses are short-stemmed vessels that are designed to hold ice-cream based dessert in a restaurant setting. They are often a short-stemmed glass, made with attractive patterns that entice the customer to eat its contents.

A jug is a type of container that is commonly used to hold liquids. They have an opening that is often narrow, from which to pour drink. They also have a handle. Jugs throughout history have been made of metal, ceramic, glass or plastic. A carafe is a glass container without handles used for serving wine and other drinks. Online the related decanter, carafes do not include stoppers. Coffee pots included in coffee makers are also referred to as carafes in American English. In France, they are commonly used to serve water.

Plastic Glasses are often used in catering establishments where beverages are to be taken outside or away from the location of initial purchase. They are also used at events as they contain no danger, unlike a glass vessel that will break and cause injury to others.

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