In the home category are a line of barware designed by Altuzarra, which includes double old-fashioned glasses, a shaker and a tray; a yoga mat from Diane von Furstenberg; a beverage container and lunch box from Tory Burch; and a set of four dessert plates designed by Tracy Reese.
What does DOF stand for?
DOF stands for Double Old-Fashioned (glassware)
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We have 85 other meanings of DOF in our Acronym Attic
- Depth Of Focus
- Diario Oficial de la Federacion (Mexico)
- Dictators of Fate (gaming group)
- Diocese of Florida
- Direct Order Fulfillment
- Direction of Fire
- Direction of Flight
- Director of Finance
- Directorate of Food (various nations)
- District Oise de Football (French football club)
- Drill-on-the-Fly (laser drilling)
- Drugs of Faith (band)
- Date of First Appointment (various companies)
- Date of Full Availability
- Defense Offset Facilitation Agency (India)
- Deku One for All (Roblox; videogames)
- Department of Finance and Administration (Australia)
- Department of Foreign Affairs
- Details of Agreement
- Diploma in Offshore Finance and Administration (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
simple syrup 1 sage leaf, for garnish Mix all ingredients in a double Old-Fashioned glass.
Bergeron wrote: "We poured the ingredients over shaved ice in a double old-fashioned glass.
From Mexico comes thick, rustic glasses that are deep, solid and comfortable in the hand: an eight-ounce double old-fashioned glass in cobalt, turquoise or deep green; and cobalt wine glasses and goblets ($5-$7).
com 5 Moser Moser is adding a new color, ocean green, to double old-fashioned barware in its top-selling patterns, from left, Bar, Pebbles and Whisky.
In classic barware, the double old-fashioned shape--"by far our best seller," according to Thome-John--generates the bulk of sales at George Watts, followed by hi-balls, while at Fragile, DOFs outsell hi-balls "10 to 1," according to Brourman.