Whiskey On The Rocks, Without The Rocks

Whiskey drinkers have been in their glory over the past 10 years or so. With the popularity of the broad spirit type, variations are popping up everywhere.


Whiskey is no longer just whiskey. There’s bourbon, Irish whiskey, Scotch whisky, Rye whiskey, Canadian whisky, or Japanese single malts. Their spelling and name differ depending on where they’re made and the different grains used in the distillation process.


No matter if you’re a connoisseur, a mixed-drink sipper, a neat weekender, or buy the occasional budget bottle, there’s a brand name for you.


Ordering your choice of spirit “on the rocks” constitutes a straight pour over ice. Whiskey is mostly ordered this way, but as The Spruce points out, there are 3 largely debated topics surrounding that request.


  1. Do you really need to add ice to your premium whiskey?
  2. Will ice dilute the whiskey and ruin the experience?
  3. Is there a better ice option that will chill the whiskey without dilution?

It’s honestly left up to preference. Some believe the cold expands the flavor, but dislike the dilution of expensive whiskey. This takes us to question 3, is there an option that provides the best of both worlds?


A no-ice beverage chiller called The Cold Wave is the answer to all your whiskey problems. In less than 90 seconds you can chill virtually any beverage with no change in flavor.


The 16oz. container is stored in the freezer for 1-2 hours before pour time. When you’re ready for sipping, you simply pour your whiskey into the container, place the frozen insert, and serve.


The no assembly required chemical free product is made in the USA and can be found on Amazon.


If you want to take your whiskey on the rocks, without the rocks, The Cold Wave is your solution.