Tumbler with bulbous tulip-shaped calyx and short stem, next to for cognac of course for others Weinbrände as Armagnac. Lourinhã. Metaxa and other distillates can be used (1st picture). Due to the bulbous shape, the usual swinging of the glass with brandy is easily possible. In most countries, a very bulbous glass is used, whereas in France a slimmer glass is similar to one Catavino (Sherry glass) is common (2nd picture). The glass usually has a one-pot stamp with 4cl, but there are also smaller ones with 2 cl. The glasses are made by EGO among others. Riedel and Schott Zwiesel. The EGO glass is equipped with a glass compass on the glass bottom and swings itself, so to speak.