jaylectricity: The warmth of the whiskey is what makes it so damn satisfying. Why would you want to chill it anyway?
Mirrorz: Whiskey is best chugged straight from the bottle after sitting in the trunk of a hot car all day.The warmth of the bottle on your lips and your now steaming gullet aids in absorption which makes the drive home less memorable and that is important when you consider the fact you are drinking hot whiskey you had stashed in the trunk of your car on a hot summer day.
xynix: I have a selection of bourbons both expensive and not so expensive. I also have a bottle of Jack Ds from 1978 which has only had 3 drinks removed from it. Love some bourbon!
unlikely: Maybe if you put the stones in your toaster oven until they're warm but not hot to the touch. Then you could drop them in the whiskey and just breathe every delicious wisp that comes out of the glass./no seriously I can't think of a reason to put them in the good stuff
timujin: jaylectricity: The warmth of the whiskey is what makes it so damn satisfying. Why would you want to chill it anyway?Not for me, I like the flavors, not the warmth. To each his own, right? And I tried the whiskey stones, they are teh suck. However, I do like this:[encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com image 175x289]
quickdraw: Why dont you just put the bottle in the fridge?
quickdraw: Has this guy never heard of refrigeration? If he wants to make his cheap-ass whiskey cold without diluting it why doesnt he just put it in the freezer?
Abe Vigoda's Ghost: people... people put ice in their whiskey?[boston.sportsthenandnow.com image 385x185]
Rincewind53: The biggest reason to say no is the pure practical reason; they're really annoying to deal with. The thing about ice is that if it hits us in the face when you tip the glass up, it's not a problem. Add to that the fact that whiskey rocks always make me terrified they're going to shatter the glass from the inside if I move my hand a little too violently and they knock into the walls of the glass, and you've got a product that is completely not worth it.
Minus 1 Charisma: Whiskey stones??Ice cubes?!!THIS is how you drink whiskey.Amateurs.
costermonger: My fridge has a built in icemaker. It makes relatively small icecubes. I've found that one cube in the glass is just about the perfect amount of cooling (lower than room temperature, but not cold) and water for most of the scotch I like.This made me a happy guy when I first bought the fridge.
Rev.K: Chilling lower quality whiskey makes it drinkable.
Pontious Pilates: Good whiskey or scotch just needs to be blessed with a tiny bit of water. WTF is wrong with you people?
Nabb1: xynix: I have a selection of bourbons both expensive and not so expensive. I also have a bottle of Jack Ds from 1978 which has only had 3 drinks removed from it. Love some bourbon!One of these things is not like the others. One of these things is just not the same...
kab: Avoiding lower quality whiskey is an even better option.
Minus 1 Charisma: Pontious Pilates: Good whiskey or scotch just needs to be blessed with a tiny bit of water. WTF is wrong with you people?This.This thread is full of people who put ketchup on hot dogs.
the_sidewinder: I use one of these to bring the drink down in temperature first, then take it out and put the stones in (I have the larger version, where a cube is about an inch and a half or so on a side)[victorycigars.ca image 430x480]
Cythraul: Minus 1 Charisma: Pontious Pilates: Good whiskey or scotch just needs to be blessed with a tiny bit of water. WTF is wrong with you people?This.This thread is full of people who put ketchup on hot dogs.You're not supposed to put ketchup on hot dogs?
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