More than 20 years ago, the Bernardo family developed one of the world’s first thin cider glasses. That was the Sella glass, which is currently one of the cider sector’s most popular glasses.
When the Bernardo family launched the Bidasoa glass, they were paying tribute to another large cider-producing region in Spain: the Basque Country. And wherever there is good cider, there needs to be a great, thin glass to bring out its best qualities.
That is how the Bidasoa cider glass was born: made with ultra-durable, thin glass. It has everything cider needs to be enjoyed plentifully: a thin wall and rim, clarity and shine (to appreciate cider’s colors), light weight, comfortable to use, and durable for continuous use in bars and restaurants (dish washing included). What else could you need?