Imbibing a cup of whiskey is just as simple as pouring and raising a glass to your lips, right? Wrong. For the true connoisseur it takes a much more refined approach. And part of that approach is the correct ice, provided of course you like your booze chilled with a hint of water – adding a bit of water to scotch can open up the flavor.
Last year we saw the ice ball mold which allowed you to instantly craft a ball of ice, that is assuming of course you had a chunk of ice to start with. However, it cost a whopping $184 and that was for the smallest size. Hardly a deal or a warranted purchase for the occasional drink, though it would bring some significant cache to your home made bar found in your dingy basement. Fortunately, there is another resolve and a much cheaper one at that; the Roller Rock Glass. It costs just a mere $21.95 and not only includes a food safe ice-ball mold, but a specially designed glass that forces the ball to roll around in the glass, supposedly unlocking the the aromatics of your drink. Even better, since the ice is of a spherical shape it should melt more slowly since there is less surface area, or something to that degree.
Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."