Stainless Steel Ice Spheres

Stainless Steel Ice Spheres

Stainless Steel Ice Cubes Specifications Product Name Stainless Steel Ice Cube Material Food Grade SUS304 Stainless Steel Standard Sizes Square SS Ice cube:27*27mm custom sizes and shape available Package Packed in PP box and gift packing New Weight /PCS 32g Relevant Products Stainless steel...

Product Details

Stainless Steel Whiskey Stones


These premium stainless steel ice spheres are designed to enhance your whisky experience. They add a firm chill to your whiskey without the dilution or numbing cold of ice, which means you can fully experience the flavors you were meant to experience.

Ice gets your whiskey cold. Really cold. Cold numbs the flavor and impact of whiskey. As the ice melts, the alcohol is diluted, further muting the flavor. With cheap whiskey, hiding flavor is the goal. 

But good whiskey? Quality whiskey? Good whiskey shouldn't be ice cold or watered down. Good whiskey should be experienced and savored.  

Whiskey Stones are the perfect gift for men and women.

Why? Because style and sophistication are always appreciated and well received. Whiskey Stones are a sophisticated and elegant gift for your favorite whiskey enthusiast. And you'll be their favorite after they've received a gift that makes them look classy to their friends and family.

How Do I Use Whiskey Spheres?

Gently adding a Whiskey Sphere to your drink can chill its temperature by 20 to 30 degrees F.  Giving your whiskey a chill can open it up nicely so you can fully experience its flavor.

The best way to use a Whiskey Sphere is to gently place one in your glass, then pour 2 to 4 ounces of whiskey. Give the sphere a few minutes to chill the whiskey. A few gentle tumbler swirls will help pass the time. Once you're ready, the drinking can begin.

Just a sip to note the taste, to feel the finish. This is how to drink your whiskey. One sip at a time, fully absorbing the flavor, and anticipating the next sip. Just as the Whiskey Gods ahead intended. Iced? Watered down? Gulping? No. No this isn't a frat party. This is drinking fine whiskey, acknowledging the ceremony and tradition of whiskey.




FDA,LFGB and BSCI Certifcated.