Make the very most of your favourite New Zealand gin: drink it from a gorgeous gin glass especially designed to elevate your drink to new levels
If you're a gin lover, Dancing Sands needs no introduction. Based in the picturesque Golden Bay and made with water from Te Waikoropupū Springs, the clearest water in the world, this delicious range of gins is worth drinking properly - which is why we're giving away a set of branded Dancing Sands Copa de Balon glasses - perfect for your next G&T.
What is a Copa de Balon glass, better known as a Gin Goblet? Pronounced “Koh-pa”, the Copa de Balon glass translates roughly as “Balloon Cup”. The glass emerged as early as the 1700s in Spain, and over time made its way to the US during the Prohibition Era. Since then, the Copa de Balon has grown in popularity, and is now the glass of choice for many when pouring a gin and tonic.
This gin goblet is the perfect vessel to serve G&T. With a shape similar to a standard wine glass, the goblet glass is essentially its rounder, wider friend. Its distinctive shape, with a long stem and wider bowl helps to enhance the flavour and bring out the best of your favourite G&T.
We have a pair of Dancing Sands gin glasses to give away. To be in to win, just fill out the form below. Best of luck!