Has anyone used stainless steel wine tumblers? Thinking they would be good for picnics and the like. I mean they use stainless steel in wineries so imparting metallic tastes shouldn’t be an issue. Or is it?

Thanks,

J3

Last edited by jcubed
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Yuck. I didn't even like to drink soda out of those colorful anodized aluminum tumblers we used in the fifties and sixties.

@The Old Man posted:

Yuck. I didn't even like to drink soda out of those colorful anodized aluminum tumblers we used in the fifties and sixties.

Yeah, my parents had those. Really set your teeth on edge drinking from one.

@jabe11 posted:

Your fine J3.  It’s picnic wine fer gods sakes.      

That's kind of what I figured. I can also use them for other drinks.

Thanks everyone!

J3

I use them when in the pool.  The modern stainless tumblers do not have the metallic taste (I use stainless water bottles also) - they also keep hot hot and cold cold really well - have switched to using them generally instead of the plastic wine glasses/tumblers we have.

@jcocktosten posted:

I use them when in the pool.  The modern stainless tumblers do not have the metallic taste (I use stainless water bottles also) - they also keep hot hot and cold cold really well - have switched to using them generally instead of the plastic wine glasses/tumblers we have.

I really hate plastic around wine.  SS or glass only way to go

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