Equal rights for all: the beverage justice of a glass has long since ceased to be an issue only for wine glasses. Distillates also deserve balanced glasses for special enjoyment. In the process, learned shapes are sometimes called into question - and replaced by others. One example of this is the new whisky glass from Stölzle Lausitz. The tumbler, as the ancestral glass for this multi-layered distillate, now shares the space in the cupboard. Stylish whisky enjoyment requires a stem from now on. In addition to the bulbous shape of the glass, the short stem of the new whisky glass from Stölzle Lausitz is literally the outstanding novelty for a whisky glass. The function of the stem is quite clear: the hand on the glass changes the temperature of the beverage. This is not desirable with either wine or distilled spirits and can only be compensated for with ice in the tumbler. But that in turn changes the drink. The stem of the new whiskey glass is the logical solution to this dilemma. It may well be short, because here, too, the hand finds its position and the glass retains its harmoniously characteristic shape. The bulbous shape of the glass goblet gives the whiskey the opportunity for the desired air exchange over a large surface area. The bouquet is bundled by the elongated chimney and concentrated for the connoisseur. This is one of the reasons why Stölzle Lausitz classifies the newcomer as a "Nosing Glass". With a volume of just under 200 ml, the goblet definitely offers the whisky the space it needs to unfold completely. The solid design of the new whisky glass corresponds in feel with the solid taste experience of the expressive distillate. Beverage justice can be skilfully defined in a comprehensive way.