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Single-Serving Wine Glass Quenches Thirst

Wine for one, please.

Wine for one, please.

Monday, June 28, 2010 0:32 GMT

LONDON (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Sometimes, one glass of wine is all you really need.

That’s where “The Tulip” comes in handy, a single-serving of white, red, or rose wine in its very own sealed wine glass.

The one-time wine is completely recyclable, so drinkers can get rid of their glass after quenching their thirst wherever they may be.

Because the seal is spill-resistant, The Tulip can be smuggled into concerts or outdoor events, making it easy to have a fancy glass of wine anytime, anywhere without having to uncork an entire bottle at once.

London-based Tulip inventor James Nash is hoping to bring his single-serving wine creation to American shores in the near future, but for now, only British and European countries get to enjoy them.

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