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Jacobite Dram Glass


Scottish Jacobite Dram Glass

As seen in Outlander, a replica of the glass used by the Jacobites and Bonnie Prince Charlie to toast the rebellion. This beautifully stemmed Scotch whiskey glass has a double helix twist inside the stem and just enough room to hold a wee dram. Perfect for the single malt lover in your household.

  • Made in Scotland
  • Boxed and ready to give
  • One glass per order

Material - Glass

Measurement - 5" H x 2.4" W

Capacity - 2 oz

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Texas Jim
Amazing glasses

These glasses are amazing. Each one is slightly different, but only if you look really close. They are perfect for the times when you want the occasion to be truly elegant. Customer service at Celtic Ranch is exceptional.

It's definitely a conversation starter! Glad you enjoy the glass, Jim! Customers like you make a BIG difference to our small business.

Bought 8 of them and want four more

These are lovely to look at and lovely to drink from. We purchased two sets of four for our adult children and we actually bought out the supply. Hope they will be restocked after Christmas.

Thanks Odie! The Jacobite Dram is a fun, interesting addition for exceptional whiskey tastings! We have ordered more from Scotland....and now we wait! YOU Bob make a BIG difference for a small store! Slainte!

Mary from Long Island
Dream dram glass

My son was very happy with his birthday present! He and his wife said it was beautiful.

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