Vodka, gin, dry or dirty–no matter what you like about your Martini they will all end up in the same Martini glasses. These glasses don’t have to be in the traditional V-shaped shape. Heather Perkins, bar manager at DiAnoia’s Eatery in Pittsburgh, says that there are no strict rules. You can choose from rounded Nick or Nora glasses, cut-cristal glasses, or vintage-inspired coupes. All will hold a Martini well.

These are the top Martini glasses you can drink today.

Best Overall: Riedel Nick & Nora Cocktail Glass

Adam Rowe, bar manger at Leon’s Full Service, Decatur, Ga, says, “Riedel’s Nick and Nora glasses have been my favorite Martini glasses.” After years of research, these glasses were created in collaboration with Zane Harris (spirit expert) to make the perfect glass for every cocktail.

These glasses have a slimmer silhouette and a longer lip making them a popular choice for bartenders. The liquid will not spill as much in stemless martini glasses. These glasses are also machine-made, meaning they are affordable but still high quality. They allow the liquid to hit your mid-palate in every drink without you having to tilt your head.

Rowe says that they are great for making amaro-driven stirred beverages, light and bright shaken Aperitifs, and classic Martinis. These 4-ounce glasses can be washed in a dishwasher.

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Perkins says that when picking a Martini glasses, “Pay attention how it feels in the hand.” “Just like Goldilocks, [it] shouldn’t be too large and definitely not too small to contain the liquid gold without it spilling,” Perkins says.

Best Stemless: JoyJolt Aqua Vitae Martini Glasses

JoyJolt’s stemless Martini glasses can withstand any accident. They are made from durable, dishwasher-safe and lead-free crystal. These two octagonal glasses are unique in that they have an off-base design and an ergonomically curved edge. They will fit comfortably in your hands. These 8-ounce glasses come in an embossed gift box, making them ideal for gifting to Martini lovers.

The stem of a Martini glasses helps to keep the liquid chilled away from your hands, so don’t hold it too long.

Best Budget: Schott Zwiesel Tritan Pure Martini Glasses

The Schott Zwiesel glass combines the traditional design of a V-shaped Martini with a modern approach. The glass bowl is suspended on a thin stem with an angular lip that prevents sloshing and spilling. The glass is stylish and long, with a sophisticated silhouette. It’s also dishwasher-safe and made from chip-resistant glassware. Each glass holds 12 ounces.

Marquis by Waterford Crosby Martini Glasses: Best V-Shaped

Martinis aren’t always the best for V-shaped glasses because they are heavy, but Waterford crystal glasses are a good exception. Waterford Crystal is a prestigious brand of glassware. Original Waterford pieces can be expensive, but the Marquis brand offers similar quality at a much lower price.

These 7-ounce glasses are made with genuine crystal and feature the brand’s trademark grid-cut pattern. Stability is also enhanced by the heavier weight of crystal.

It is recommended that you wash your glasses by hand.

Best Nick and Nora: Zelda Fitzgerald Cocktail Glass “New Yorker”

Tanner Agar, proprietor of Rye, McKinney Texas, says that “The Nick and Nora” is his personal favorite glass for cocktails. The glass’s name is Nick and Nora Charles, an imaginary couple from “The Thin Man”, a 1934 comedy-mystery film.

These glasses have delicate etchings and a rim of gold. They combine retro-inspired designs and the precision and quality that modern glassware offers. Each glass is heat-tempered to resist chips and breaks. These glasses can be used for champagne or cocktails at around 6 ounces.

BarConic Coupe Glass: Best Coupe

Jordan Johnson, head bartender of The Register, says, “I would never drink a Martini from anything other than a coupe glass.” The coupe glass is perfect for a bartender that cares about the final product’s beauty. It has a slight tapered mouth and a curvature in the lines. This allows you to place the garnish closer in the middle of the glass. This keeps the aromatic elements of your garnish closer to your home.

This is a great entry-level option. The coupes have a 7-ounce weight and a solid pressed glass construction. These are great for special occasions, such as weddings, parties and celebrations.

Most Fashionable: The NUDE Savage Coupe

Mark Addison, author Cocktail Chameleon says that the Savage Coupe is “a modern twist on a classic coupe.” “With its elegant, elongated stem and exaggerated minimalist silhouette, it makes an ideal vessel for sophisticated-looking cocktails as well as sparkling beverages. It’s made from traditional glassmaking techniques using lead-free crystal at a reasonable price, making it even more attractive.”

These 8-ounce Nude coupes, designed by Remy Savage (a renowned bartender), may seem delicate but are built to last.

Best Splurge: Baccarat Crystal Narcisse Champagne Coupe

Baccarat, a luxury brand, has reintroduced its most beloved glasses from the past 300 years of production. This includes the Narcisse Champagne coupe. These splurge-worthy, crystal coupes are handcrafted in France and feature an off-center design.

Addison says that the cut crystal stem with asymmetrical stem, and straight-edged, off-center bowl shape give the glasses an extra-funky flair. These glasses are great for Martinis and many other cocktails. He says that he uses his Narcisse coupes when he wants to make a straight-up cocktail such as a Martini with one olive or a Margarita with an extra twist.

Most durable: Libbey Georgian Irish coffee glass

Although it is not a traditional Martini glass, Ross Simons’s favorite Libbey glass is the Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour in Phoenix. He was drawn to these Irish Coffee Glasses when he was looking for elegant, sturdy glassware.

These glasses are great for holding hot Irish Coffee. However, the thick pedestal foot and flared bowl make them ideal for chilled drinks or your second Martini. This durable and versatile glass is perfect for bar settings. It holds 6 ounces.