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Food & Beverages December, 29 2009

Soapstone Whiskey Stones from Vermont

This may well save our drinks this NYE. A watered down bourbon may be a preference to some, but to others it wounds the drink in a snuffer. How about we avoid the ice issue altogether? “A few great soapstone workers in Perkinsville, Vermont have created Whiskey Stones. These little ice-imitators are specially designed to put a slight chill in your Whiskey. All you do is put them in the freezer for a few hours and then pop a couple into a glass of single malt. Once you’re done, rinse, dry and do it all over again! And no need to worry about a watery drink, because these stones don’t dilute (that’s the best part). ” TG is sold out of them but UCG looks to still heave some in stock. (walyou)

More looks at the Soapstone Whiskey Stones from Vermont after the click.

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