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Teroforma Whisky Stones Large (P/N HW3S11). All natural soapstone whisky stones milled in Vermont are a must have for lovers of fine whiskies and bourbons. Milled from a very select type of soapstone, these whisky stones are handcrafted in some of the oldest soapstone workshops in the US.



Scandinavians have used granite rocks for this same purpose for hundreds of years, but soapstone has superior thermal properties and being mostly composed of talc, won't scratch your glass.



Whisky stones are perfect for aficionados who enjoy their beverages with a slight chill, but don't want to water down the perfect balance of flavors in their chosen spirit.



To use, simply store them in your freezer for at least 4 hours. Add the stones to a glass. Pour until liquid has reached the height of 1 stone. Let stand 5 minutes. Enjoy. Hand wash after each use.



Each stone measures approximately 1 3/8 inch square. Set includes 2 stones and a muslin storage bag. Also available in a 7/8 inch square stone, sold in sets of 9.



Put a chill in your whisky without diluting the dram of your dreams.





SPECIFICATIONS

Condition: Brand New

Size: 1 3/8 inch square

Weight: 0.65 lb

P/N: HW3S11

UPC: 013964372328

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Gift idea

by Jana - verified purchaser
I gave these as gifts and the guys loved them.

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Better than ice

by Ricky
I had always seen whiskey stones but never tried them until I got them as a gift. A great alternative to ice, you get a more pure flavor, not watered down whiskey. They didn't seem to last very long at that temp however, wish they were denser to maintain it's coldness.

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Stones

by Leonard
My drink is Maker's on ice. Period. Until a buddy turned me on to these. I was skeptical about splashing whiskey over a rock, but no more. I can't believe I've been watering down my own drinks for all these years! If you're a whiskey on the rocks person, try it on a real rock and see what I mean!

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