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Just popping on quickly today to share about one of my favorite new finds for the home: these hand-blown Moroccan wine glasses! Okay, so they’re not technically wine glasses—you can really use them for any drink—but they’re just so perfect for a little sip or two of wine in the evening, so that’s almost exclusively how I use them. John really likes to have a small glass of milk with his dessert after dinner, and he always reaches for these handy mini glasses, so they are super versatile. They’re just the perfect size for when you want a little something, you know?
As I said, though, for me, there’s nothing quite so relaxing as a chilled glass of wine at home. Our budget is pretty tight right now after lots of vet bills and hospital bills for John (he had his appendix taken out in May). One of my favorite ways to save money but still enjoy a slightly fancy glass of wine is to make the glass I drink from feel special. I stock up on inexpensive wine from Trader Joes, then pour myself a glass in the late afternoon, and take a seat in our backyard to enjoy the fresh air. It’s alllllllmost as nice as a trip to our favorite winery, and is about an eighth of the cost overall. Can’t beat that!
Anyway, if you’ve been on the hunt for the perfect small glasses to add to your collection to use for sipping on lemony water, milk, juice, a shooter cocktail, or wine, then I couldn’t recommend these one-of-a-kind Moroccan glasses more. They’re the perfect medium weight in your hand (not too heavy, but also not too light), and I love the bubbles you can see that got trapped in the glass as they were made. They really look and feel handmade in the very best of ways. Order yours from Revival here.
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