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When you need a stiff drink to unwind, nothing should come between you and your spirit of choice. Unlike ice, which spurs you to throw back your rye before it gets watered down, pre-chilled Whisky Stones® won’t melt. Made from Vermont soapstone, the non-porous cubes won’t absorb or alter the essence of whatever you’re sipping. They’re an ingenious way to keep your spirit chilled and unadulterated.
What an awesome concept, using stones instead of ice to keep the whisky cool. I've been using this for almost every hard liquor drink. I highly recommend it.5
Talk about an easy way to impress anyone. These stones are a great accent to add to any glass you're sipping on. There's also something very romantic about sipping whiskey chilled by rocks. Makes you feel like Roosevelt.5
So far these had been an awesome novelty and very nice for drinks over ice. The boyfriend loves his liqueurs and hates when they get diluted so these have been perfect. The only trick is remembering to rise and let air dry, then place back in the freezer. But still, couldn't be easier of better. :)5
I like this item. I bought it as a gift but ended up keeping it for myself. It really comes in handy when you like having a drink occasionally but hate watered down drinks.4
I gave this to my husband for a birthday gift, and he loved it and has been using this constantly. He said the stones keep the drink cool and basically do what they are supposed to do!4
I bought these whisky stones for my brother for Christmas last year, and every time I go over to his house and he is drinking whiskey he uses these!5
I love to have a nice Scotch to wind down at night. The single cube was my way to go prior to this purchase. I just don't think these rocks give enough chill. I'm back to my single cube.3
you need a lot of this. these whiskey stones don't stay cool pretty long. I like how it doesn't dilute my whiskey but the fact that I have to change pretty often makes it annoying to use these instead of ice.2
These are good stones for your whiskey. The only bad thing is is that they get warm quickly. It helps to have the whiskey chilled when you use them. A plus is that with using these stones, your drink doesn't get diluted.3
I purchased mine several years back, and simply love them. The caveat to the stones is that you must remember to clean them properly and let them dry before putting them back into the freezer. They do a great job cooling, however they do not cool as much as ice. For me, this is fine because I don't like my whiskey all that cold. Some people do though, and for them this might be problematic. It changing how you drink whiskey a little because you expect your whiskey to became diluted as it becomes cooler, but it doesn't. So the taste you associate with a certain temperature changes, and it initially might through you off.5