More gentle than ice, Whisky Stones beverage cubes can be used to cool down your favorite spirits just enough to take the edge off without "closing down" the flavors.
How do you chill your favorite spirits just a touch without diluting their perfectly balanced flavors?
Teroforma's Whisky Stones ICON beverage cubes are pieces of natural soapstone spiffed up using an FDA-approved, food-safe polish for those occasions where that really special bottle comes out and something a little bit extra is called for.
Just like the original Whisky Stones, the Black cubes are non-porous and will impart neither flavor nor odor.
How-to-Use: Store in freezer for at least 4 hours before use. Add 3 stones to a glass. Pour until liquid has reached the height of 1 stone (about 2 fl oz). Let stand 5 minutes. Enjoy.
Rinse and air dry following every use, storing in the freezer for next time. Do not chew or ingest. Not intended for use with large volumes of liquid. Rinse before first use.
Materials: Natural soapstone is classified Generally Regarded As Safe (GRAS) by the US FDA. It will not react with household solvents such as water, alcohols, detergents, or mild acids. Composed primarily of talc, soapstone will not inadvertently scratch glass, and is particularly effective at retaining temperature for extended periods of time.
Anna & Andrew Hellman set out to create thoughtfully designed products for your table by collaborating with a new generation of designers and master artisans alike six years ago. Through that venture, Teroforma was born. The founders worked in countless studios and workshops around the world, including Europe, Asia and the US. They gathered designs and ideas from many different cultures to implement as much elegance and variety into their products as possible. More than a collection of fine tabletop objects, Teroforma is an idea and a place where people can come together, share who they are, what they believe and the things they can imagine. These elegant table products don't just look good, they are a reminder that the world can be an inspiring place. You just have to sit at the right table.