Whiskey on the rocks. Literally!  MAY 22 2012

Sipping Stones are small stones that you put into your drink instead of ice. Gives new meaning to "on the rocks"!!! LOL LMAO ROFLCOPTER, etc.

When enjoying a premium spirit, why tarnish the taste with water? Providing a slight chill protects the taste without drowning the quality.

Sipping Stones are made of all natural soapstone, which is non-porous and won't impart any taste or flavor. Generally Regarded As Safe (GRAS) by the FDA soapstone is comprised of talc, which will not react to water, alcohol, or other drinks. When used with care, Sipping Stones will not scratch your glassware.

You can get nine of them for $15 from Amazon. Has anyone used these? Are they any good?

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