Whisky Stones by Teroforma

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The new reality to whisky on the rocks.

Although I did first see these on Cool Material.com, I still thought they needed more presence.

Made from locally-quarried soapstone in Perkinsville, VT. After storing in freezer for a minimum of 4 hours, add 3 stones to a dram of single malt to take the...more


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  • rmahoneybiz

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    The new reality to whisky on the rocks. Although I did first see these on Cool Material.com, I still thought they needed more presence. Made from locally-quarried soapstone in Perkinsville, VT. After storing in freezer for a minimum of 4 hours, add 3 stones to a dram of single malt to take the edge off a bit without diluting. Rinse after use and store in the freezer for next time. NOTE: Whisky Stones are for whisky and spirits ONLY and are not intended for soda, ice tea or other cold beverages. Whiskies do not mature in the bottle, only in the cask, so the "age" of a whisky is the time between distillation and bottling. This reflects how much the cask has interacted with the whisky, changing its chemical makeup and taste. Whiskies which have been in bottle for many years may have a rarity value, but are not "older" and will not necessarily be "better" than a more recently made whisky matured in wood for a similar time. Most whiskies are sold at or near an alcoholic strength of 40% abv. So please think ahead and don't go ruining a spot of whisky with your local tap water ice cubes.

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  • chad

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    If nothing else, it's an interesting idea that seems practical.

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  • supahkawaii

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    Milled in Vermont by some of the oldest soapstone workshops in the US. More mellow than ice, Whisky Stones will cool your next drink just enough to take the edge off without diluting its perfectly balanced flavors.

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  • HollywoodHomemaker

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    Drink your whiskey on the rocks...quite literally. Allows you to chill your beverage without the dilution that real ice/water can add to it. Just place the stones in the freezer 4 hours before use and get ready from some stone-cold drinking!

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  • roxygrl

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    Whisky Stones made of Vermont Soapstone. The Whisky stones will chill but not dilute your most cherished Whisky or Scotch. Whisky Stones are non-porous and will not change the flavor of your Whisky.

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  • cath

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    Now you can drink your scotch, literally on the rocks.

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  • StraightLine

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    More gentle than ice, Whiskey Stones can be used to cool down your favorite spirits just enough to take the edge off without “closing down” the flavors.

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  • DelightJenny

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    Whiskey Rocks. How do you chill your favorite spirits just a touch without diluting their perfectly balanced flavors? Whiskey Stones are made in Vermont from natural soapstone, by the craftsmen of the oldest soapstone workshop in the United States. The stones are nonporous, and will impart neither flavor nor odor. More gentle than ice, Whiskey Stones can be used to cool down your favorite spirits just enough to take the edge off without “closing down” the flavors. Store in the freezer for at least 4 hours before use

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  • skhype

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    Adds the little extra!

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  • emjo

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    These are great guy gifts. They chill the liquid, but not too cold so that you lose the floavor. A bunch of stores have sold out. Abodeon.com still lists them as in stock. They are super!

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  • liztheness

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    while these are not technically ice cubes, they are a wonderful substitution. i would probably end up using these for everything, as i hate when my drink becomes watered down by melted ice. here, i could have the best of both worlds (and really, who doesn't want that?)

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  • peterchase

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    fun

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  • ohmypuddin

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    My father in law was getting rocks from the ditch, freezing them, and using them in his scotch. So I got him these instead, so he could have some clean rocks that wouldn't dilute his scotch like water does.

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