Chill Your Drinks Without Watering Them Down With These Granite Chilling Stones

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Masha Berman Contributor
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You love a drink on the rocks, but you don’t love the watered down taste of ice mixing with your beverage. I know that’s not exactly how I want to enjoy my alcohol. So, how do you keep a drink cold, but not use ice? I’ve started to use these Sea Stones Granite Chilling Stones Set, and I love how classy and functional it is.

Normally $40, this 6-piece chilling stone set is 13 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $40, this 6-piece chilling stone set is 13 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Sea Stones On the Rocks Granite 6-Piece Whiskey Chilling Stones Set with Two 10-Ounce Tumblers and Hardwood Presentation/Storage Tray on sale for $34.95

The set comes with six, handcrafted stones made from natural granite, as well as a two monogrammable tumbler glasses and a presentation tray for you to set the stones on. That’s quite a set in my book! And you can get all of this for only $34.95. That’s on sale from $39.99, and if you have a Prime membership, you’ll be able to get free two-day shipping as well.

All you have to do to use the stones is place them on the tray, put them in the freezer, and take out when you’re ready to use. The tray ensures that the stones stay on a clean surface, and no one has to even touch them except the person dropping them into their drink. You’ll get to enjoy a pure, non-diluted drink that’s also kept fresh and cold. Plus, the stones are large enough that you only need one per drink.

Buy one now for yourself to have at home or give a whiskey lover the perfect gift.

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Photo via Amazon

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Masha Berman