• Infinium

    Libbey launches premium plastic drinkware range.  Infinium brings an upscale vibe where plastic is the preferred option.   With the approach of summer, the days of casual outdoor enjoyment are in full swing again. Libbey’s new Infinium range presents a premium plastic solution that is perfect for every occasion where glass is not an option. [...] Continue Reading
  • 1924, new vintage range

    1924, a vintage year for glass design.   The new 1924 Libbey Vintage stemware range fuses jazz-age flair with exciting new cocktail trends. The design is based on Richard Zijlstra’s ingenious Glassology® food pairing concept, which lets you rest a stylish spoon on the rim of the coupe. Richard and Libbey have together modernized the [...] Continue Reading
  • LinQ, stackable range

    LinQ, the stackable standard Libbey introduces new glassware that combines practicality and aesthetic. With the introduction of the LinQ series, Libbey sets a new standard for high-end stackable glasses. Combining a sophisticated, timeless design with practical stackability and durability makes LinQ glasses a perfect choice for a professional hospitality environment. The importance of glassware  Glassware [...] Continue Reading
  • Tiki Mixed Gods

    The Tiki Gods return from ancient times In addition to the Tiki Pineapple introduction, Libbey presents the new Tiki Mixed Gods.   Tiki cocktails are booming on the European cocktail scene. A new wave of Tiki cocktail bars are recently popping up in major cities, reviving these historical and exotic cocktails known also for their [...] Continue Reading
  • Shorty Shorty

    “Shorty is the glassware range the industry has been dying for; glasses built specifically to accommodate the tapas-style approach. They’re ideal for cocktail-food combinations, fights of drinks and paired servings such as palate cleaners.” Elliot Ball, co-founder The Cocktail Trading Co, London. The Bartender vs The Manager Understanding and loving great glassware are two related, [...] Continue Reading
  • Retro Cocktail Retro Cocktail Revival

    Glassology semi finalist Carole Coelho and Libbey proudly present a collection of decorated glasses, which fit the upcoming nostalgia for the pop era (late ‘70s to early ‘90s). Those decades of craziness and exaggeration seem to bring back old memories across a wide part of the world population. And cocktails are no exception. In those [...] Continue Reading
  • coffee scene Coffee Scene

    "Presentation is important to businesses in the hospitality industry. That is also the reason why we like using glassware when serving coffee to guests" Jeroen Veldkamp, founder of CoffeeLab. Coffee Watcher I get excited about coffee every day. It's not so much the product itself. Some of my colleagues are much more well-versed in that [...] Continue Reading
  • stacks for life Stacks for Life

    Stacks for life Libbey designs glassware for professionals. Glassware enhances the whole experience that surrounds a great drink. Take a cocktail. Do you serve it in a beverage glass or a coupe? Because as we all know, a cocktail is more than just a drink. And its final look-and-feel is a combination of taste, garnish [...] Continue Reading
  • Vintage

    Vintage In the world of cocktails the term vintage is closely related to the prohibition days. The story of the prohibition starts in late 1910’s when the economy in the USA was not doing well. As a result of this a large part of society resorted to drinking, so much so that in 1922 president [...] Continue Reading
  • Tiki is here to stay Tiki is here to stay!

    The true spirit of the Pacific In 1933, inspired by a trip to the South Pacific, Ernest Gantt opened a Polynesian-themed bar in Hollywood. The original “Don the Beachcomber” soon became famous for serving colorful and potent cocktails, starting a craze that spread across the restaurant industry in the USA. Although by the ’70s this [...] Continue Reading