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We carry a complete range of cups, mugs, tumblers, glasses, steins in both plastic as well as glass. No, matter what your beverage preference we have the perfect glassware just for you. Choose the option that you like and we will expertly brand them with your graphic or logo for a beautiful personalized effect like no other. Listed prices do not include GST. Check out our: Buying Guide Glassware Beer Wine Spirits
There are so many events and occasions that make well branded glassware appropriate and delightful to use. Over the years we have supplied branded glassware to events including: Weddings | As Award Trophies | Project completion gifts | Corporate gifts | Corporate functions | Milestone achievements | Clubs | Pubs | Restaurants | Client Gifts | Staff Gifts | Parties | Exhibitions and more. Well branded glassware can suit virtually any occasion and will add a touch of class.
Our glasses can be branded in a variety of ways. For plastic options only pad print is possible. For glassware though, there are quite a few options available that we can use to emblazon your logo or graphics. Listed in order of popularity they are:
- Etched Glassware with Sand Blasting: Our most popular and economical way to etch your glassware is by using Sand Blasting. It is a process where a rough material (sand) is blasted using intense air pressure to cut glass. We use a system which allows the cuts to be done strategically to create your logo.
- Pad Printing: Your logo is printed using a conventional pad printing technique (similar to branding onto a pen). We are very experienced, so that the right ink mixtures are used so that your branding gets printed on rather more permanently.
- Full Colour Printing (brand new option): Recently we have been testing out printing glassware with dye sublimation in full colour. The results have been terrific. We can now offer a full colour direct print onto the glassware. Ask us about this option when you make your enquiry.
Example of full colour print:
With so many different glasses to suit different types of drinks, it can be very easy to get confused as to what is the best option for you. Here is a handy small guide that matches the glass with the correct beverage:
A red wine glass tends to be taller and wider than a white wine glass. A Champagne Flute (sparkling white wine) more often than not will be slim and tall. The shape of a Champagne flute is designed to have a smaller opening up the top to enable bubbles to be retained for a longer duration. On the other extreme spectrum we have glassware that is designed with a wide opening, so that the drinker would be able to absorb more flavour through smell when drinking. The last examples are beer glasses, whose rugged heavy duty shape needs no introduction.
Recently there has been a trend towards wine glasses with no stems. We have begun taking stock of this option and are available for you to choose from as well.
For beverages that are consumed more often during special occasions we carry High Ball Glassware, Tumblers, and Shot Glasses. These typically have the following shape:
Our glasses are priced without a gift box so that we can offer you the best product at the best price. You can add a special gift box to really enhance your glassware gift. Our boxes will feature internally form cut sizes to ensure that presentation will always be sleek and visually attractive. The form cut boxes also ensure that your glassware does not roll around the box when delivered to protect it from breakage during transit.
If you are holding a public event, consider using plastic polycarbonate drink ware. Plastic nowadays is such a familiar material to work with, that it has been refined to look just as good as glass. If you were looking for that sparkling finish for your event that you expect from glass, then now you can achieve the same effect with plastic. We recommend using plastic polycarbonate drink ware because they are safe to use. When they are dropped they do not shatter into sharp pieces, especially important when children are around. For some high profile public events where you need to purchase insurance, a plastic glass will also attract lower premiums too. Our polycarbonate plastic glassware is so high in quality, that they can be washed and re-used repeatedly as much as you want.