Whisky Stones Set (6) – Dark Granulite


  • Savor your best whiskey with 940-million-year-old stones from the Trois-Rivières region of Quebec, Canada. Carefully put 2 to 3 ice cubes previously frozen in the bottom of a whiskey glass and enjoy all the flavor of your favorite amber spirits, without altering the taste! Whiskey stones offered in a beautiful black walnut case made in Quebec.

    This stone comes from the time of the earth when the continent America was formed.  It is deep black and finely crystalline with some inclusions of Hornblende translucent dark green and bursts of coppery colors.
    Certificate of authenticity of the chosen stone offered as a bonus.

    Quebec Region: Handmade in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

    Box contents: Six Stones of dark Granulite with Hornblende inclusion. 
    The walnut case is coated with two coats of a food grade Eco-Selection oil.

    See the Use and Care tab for usage information and security warning.


  • Lithologie
    Respectively industrial designer and geologist, the two founders of Lithology Kim B. Délan and Stéphane Gagnon were inspired by nature and their unconditional passion for the territory of Quebec and its many riches to create the whiskey stones of Lithology.

    Kim and Stéphane are themselves prospecting, extracting and making stone whiskey ice cubes in various regions of Quebec. All stones are carefully selected for their aesthetics, and for their great ability to retain the cold.

  • How it works: 
    • Rinse with water and / or a little soap before eating.
    • Put the whiskey stones in the freezer only when they are completely dry.
    • Put them in the freezer for 30 minutes.

    • Keep out of the reach of children.
    • Do not consume the stones.
    • Consume alcohol responsibly,
    • Stones approved by the FDA.

  • Shipping: We ship to Quebec, Canada, the United States, Europe and in most countries around the world.

    Return Policy : We can refund or exchange your purchase within 30 days from the date of purchase. See our FAQs for more details.

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