How To Tell Drinks Apart at a Party

How To Tell Drinks Apart at a Party

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Annie Werbler
Nov 6, 2009

When Werblers get together on the holidays, a cluster of scotch glasses is left behind on every horizontal surface. It can be hard to tell which drink belongs to which relative, especially as ice melts and fill levels morph when no one is looking. Thankfully, there are simple ways (beyond the old red lipstick trick) to differentiate between germs.

With good DIY ideas floating around, as well as products made specifically for the purpose of tagging stemware, there's no reason to let unidentified beverages clutter up the kitchen. While alcohol does kill germs, in this season of dangerous influenza, perhaps it is best to be safe rather than sorry. Protect your guests' health and dazzle their eyes with your own creative solutions.

(Images: 1. Good Housekeeping; 2. Wine Line Drink Markers at Baron Bob; 3. fabric triangles by apple cider; 4. straw pieces by Wonder How To; 5. thiswineismine; 6. Down The Green Aisle; 7. Vacu Vin Glass Markers via NOTCOT; 8. Bombed Beer Bands at Baron Bob; 9. Vinotags via Notes on a Party; 10. Vintage STA-PUT Drink Markers on eBay)

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