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Wondering what to get the person on your Christmas shopping list this year that loves entertaining? Help reduce the amount of plastic leaching into our landfills, food supply and oceans by  giving your recipient a  gift of glass straws from GlassDharma.

Made in the U.S.A. from heavy duty borosilicate glass , the same glass used for coffee pots,  GlassDharma offers a variety of diameters, lengths, colors as well as cleaning brushes and sleeves to protect them. David Leonhardt  first created Glass Dharma shortly after moving to Sacramento, CA where he was a Glass Blower.  He seen the need for less plastic and starting creating Glass Straws to contribute to the misuse of plastics in our society.

Straws are available in sizes sipper for wine, cocktails and juices without much pulp, ice tea straws, which is a standard size working with most beverages and the smoothie straw best used for shakes and smoothies. For some added fun, you can purchase dotted straws , which are made by fusing colored glass into the straw design.

Unlike plastic straws, both disposable and reusable, glass straws won’t harbor any food particles or other unpleasant stuff. With normal everyday use, these straws should not chip, crack or break, but if they do Glass Dharma offers the replacement guarantee. To help protect them from breakage, Glass Dharma recommends the straws be stored upright in a glass or jar.

This holiday season show your loved ones that you care about their health and our planet.  Gift them  something unique- give them glass straws. You can read more about Glass Dharma glass straws and order your own straws and accessories at You can also visit them on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.

1 Comment

  1. These Glass Dharma straws sound extremely useful being that they are made from the same material as coffee pots. I have heard of alot of people that drink their coffee with a straw in order to protest their teeth. This would be a great straw to use for this purpose.



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