Thursday, March 19, 2009

Keep Your Yamazaki Whisky Cold With Japanese Ice Balls

This summer, keep whisky cool with the spherical ice ball, a sleek alternative to traditional ice cubes. Made in Japan, spherical ice molds make large, icy spheres, each 2" in diameter. These modern spheres are replicas of the hand carved ice balls by apprentice bartenders in Japan. They don’t melt as fast as traditional cubes, keeping whisky cool and pure through the long, hazy days of summer.

Need a whisky recommendation? Continue on the Japanese path and try Yamazaki Single Malt Whisky. Aged either 12 or 18 years, Yamazaki has a rich and sophisticated character all its own. Imported from Japan, it’s made with the ultra pure waters cherished in Japan’s most famous tea ceremonies. Experts around the globe continue to laud its excellence of taste, quality and intensity.

Yamazaki 12 Year Old is available for $40 and Yamazaki 18 Year Old is available for $100. The spherical ice trays are available for $8 at

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