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@Mathis gave you some good advice: try both and decide which works best for you. Any small-to-medium-sized glass that tapers will be good for nosing; glasses that flare out slightly at the rim are generally easier to drink from (but that comes down to personal preference).
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As long as you don't try to nose your malt out of a tumbler, it's all good!
my bottle of Glenrothes Vintage Reserve 12 years came with two nosing "bowl"... the good thing is they aren't so big as to qualify as tumblers, and does have a tapering mouth for nosing. however there is no stem so your palm would be warming the dram... not good for a country where the air temperature on a cold evening is 26C.
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