Classic cocktails have been around for so long because their tried-and-true recipes are simple and tasty. San Francisco-based artist Alyson Thomas of Drywell Art created a playful series of drinking glasses that feature diagrams of classic cocktail recipes on the glasses made for those specific drinks.

The designs both celebrate what’s in one’s beverage of choice and serve as a cheatsheet in case for you’re playing bartender and need a reminder of ingredients and ratios.

They’re currently available in sets of 2 from Uncommon Goods.

Visit the Drywell Art website to check out more of Alyson Thomas’ food and drink related artwork.

[via The Awesomer]


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