Sipping Stones Whisky Chilling Rocks- 9 Piece Grey Whiskey Stones- FDA Approved Pure Soapstone
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- Includes 9 Grey Sipping Stones Made from Natural Soapstone^Chill Your Whiskey Drink with No Dilution^Preserve the Taste of your Favorite Whisky Drink^Store in Your Freezer
- Ready to Use in Just Hours^Perfect As A Gift or for Your Next Cocktail Party
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Sipping Stones is the afficionado's choice for chilling a drink. It elminates a common problem for all connoisseurs of fine distilled spirits: it cools your drink perfectly without the dilution from melting ice. Now all your favorite drink are able to be served the way they were intended to be- perfectly pure and precisely chilled.
True on the Rocks Taste
Sippings Stones are non-porous and crafted from 100% pure FDA approved soapstone, so there is no odor or taste to tarnish your drink. And, unlike ice, Sipping Stones provide a smooth chill that does not overwhelm the character of your beverage. Each set of Sipping Stones comes with 90 finely crafted cubes made from one hundred percent pure soapstone, the ideal alternative to ice.
The Afficionado's Choice
Sipping Stones is a great gift for anyone who loves perfectly chilled beverages, smoothly flavored spirits, or just as a conversation starter at your next party. Keep Sipping Stones in your freezer until you are ready to chill your favorite drink.
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What they will do:
- Drop the temp of your drink by a few degrees
- Keep the drink from being diluted for slow sippers who don't want their drink watered down
- Allow for a reusable set of chilling stones that provide many reuses
- Keep an already chilled drink cool longer
What they won't do:
- Cool a drink to refrigerator temperatures (they just can't, it's a matter of physics)
- Keep a drink ice cold for long periods of time (meant to chill, not super-cool drinks)
- Scrape high quality glasses (soft stone, rounded corners mean little to no scuffing)... no promises on low grade glass
These will work for the intended purpose, which is to keep a chilled drink cool longer, or to add a slight chill to a drink. They can't possibly make a room temperature drink ice cold, because they just don't have the thermal mass to do so. But if kept in the freezer (in a cold spot, not on the door), they will work nicely for someone that absolutely must have their spirits straight. Many people are used to ice diluted drinks, and no, these cannot compete with the thermal mass of frozen water, but the trade off is, they won't dilute the drink either.
As long as you know what you're getting when you buy them, these are great. Just don't expect them to be something they're not.
Drink this responsibly, or don't. I wouldn't.
As soon as I opened the bottle, I heard Hendrix cranking out the Star Spangled Banner as it poured. I put the ice cold whiskey stones in the glass and took a sip. A jubilee of red, white, and blue sparks flowed from my fingertips, and then it went black. when I came to, I was in independence hall. Thomas Jefferson had just finished the Declaration. He set his quill down and shot me a hang ten. I took another sip and was back at home where my model girlfriend was waiting on a bearskin rug. A new standard of freedom was conceived that night, and would grow up to be the 57th President of the Unites States of America that would save the world from an invading alien race.
First some simplifying assumptions - I used 100% alcohol(ethanol) in the calculations... it makes the calculation easier. My typical scotch serving is 100g... you may have a different quantity that will change things.On with the physics:
(mC(Tf - Ti)) = -mC(Tf-Ti) is the equation.
The left side will be the soapstone; the right is the ethanol. m is the mass in grams;C is the specific heat capacity; Tf and Ti are the initial and final temperatures. C for ethanol is 2.44 J/gK; C for soapstone is 0.98 J/gK; m for ethanol is 100g; m for soapstone is ~20g on average. Ti for ethanol is 294.261K(70 fahrenheit); Ti for soapstone is 273.15K(freezing). We solve for Tf:
20g*0.98 J/gK(Tf-273.15K) = -(100g)*2.44J/gK(Tf - 294.261K)
19.6Tf - 5353.74 = -244Tf + 71799.684
Tf = 292.6913K or 67.1 F
Doing the same calulation for water gives about a 2 degree change. Scotch should be somewhere in the middle? I had trouble finding specific heat capacity numbers on scotch. So at 2 degrees per stone it would take more stones than is practical for me to chill my scotch to the desired level from room temp.
It should be noted that the above math is a final temp when the heat has balanced between the two substances(it also misses interactions with the environment). Drink Hacker did an experiment using 3 soapstones, 20 ml vodka and a thermometer(google it). They achieved 56F after the first minute warming to 64 after 20. I did not experience this. The stone never chilled the scotch to an acceptable level.