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Wooden Box Whiskey Stones Do Not Dilute Your Quality Single Malt
Wooden Box Whiskey Stones Do Not Dilute Your Quality Single Malt
Wooden Box Whiskey Stones Do Not Dilute Your Quality Single Malt
Wooden Box Whiskey Stones Do Not Dilute Your Quality Single Malt
Wooden Box Whiskey Stones Do Not Dilute Your Quality Single Malt
Wooden Box Whiskey Stones Do Not Dilute Your Quality Single Malt
Wooden Box Whiskey Stones Do Not Dilute Your Quality Single Malt
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Wooden Box Whiskey Stones Do Not Dilute Your Quality Single Malt

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The good life

In our opinion, there are few things better in life than a glass of premium Scotch or bourbon served at room temperature, but for some people, that dram goes down even smoother when cold. For this, you can add some thick ice cubes in a whiskey wooden box or, if you prefer a drink of the undiluted variety, some whiskey stones (sometimes known as whiskey rocks). And what exactly are whiskey rocks, you ask? The answer is pretty simple: they are cubic or spherical alternatives to ice made using materials such as soapstone or even stainless steel. Since they do not melt, whiskey stones do not dilute your quality single malt . Now for the more important question: Do Whiskey Rocks Really Work?

If (like us) you prefer your quality dram to be completely uncompromising (ie a few drops of water at most and absolutely no dilution from the ice), then scotch rocks may sound too good to be true. Indeed, in some ways they are. For one thing, almost everyone takes longer than ice to chill your dram in the first place. Two, most of them don't bring their beer to ice levels. Three, only a precious handful can keep the shot cool for long periods of time. All of these shortcomings are especially true when dealing with traditional soapstone or granite whiskey rocks.