The result? A curved plastic glass that is supported by a weighted rose gold base that, unlike other metals, won't affect the liquor's taste. The whisky is pushed down to the bottom of the glass by a convex base, which then spirals its way up the glass through a small glass tube around the edge, before reaching a rose gold mouthpiece that will help give the sense of a cold drink.
Ballantine's have also taken care of pouring problems, using an extremely strong set of magnets to connect the glass with a special nozzle that uses a one-way valve. The magnets can also help the glass dock to other metallic surfaces like walls.
The design will be reproduced using 3-D printing.
Unfortunately for enthusiasts, Ballantine's is still working on a release date for the glass, which still has to pass food and safety regulations before it can be sold.
In the meantime, the company is working on perfecting a whisky blend fit for space, where taste buds change, like they do during air travel.
Even astronauts could cheers to that.