Doubled Walled Rocks Glasses For Keeping Your Booze Cool

November 16, 2018


These are the Double-Wall Insulated Rocks Glasses manufactured by Sun's Tea and available on Amazon. A set of two 9-ounce borosilicate rocks glasses will set you back $17, and keep your drinks cooler longer, without obstructing the view of your drink. Me? I don't really care what my drink looks like, because I know that, just like with people, it's what's on the inside that counts. In this case *shaking plastic cup* half a can of grape soda then vodka to the top.

Thanks to Josh J, who agrees there's nothing wrong with double fisting sippy cups.

  • "there's nothing wrong with double fisting sippy cups."
    That sounds painful.

  • tim

    At 17$ per glass, even the photographer had to digitally add that second cup in.

  • sizzlepants

    It clearly says 'a set of two' for $17.

    I would definitely consider getting a pair if it wasn't on Amazon and Canada Post wasn't on strike.

  • James Mcelroy

    Where can i get ice cubes like those?

  • GeneralDisorder

    You have to hire a small child to run your ice crusher and then hand polish each piece. The orphan also must shake the ice maker at regular intervals.

  • James Mcelroy

    i have a couple of small children around, but i'm not hiring them, they work for free.

  • Ollie Williams

    Norlan has had a double walled glencairn for a long time, and just released a rocks glass as well. However, those are $50 each, so this is a decent price. Any other regulars here who drink whiskey? Let's nerd out a bit.

  • Kaizer Chief

    Whisky/ey with ice... what kind of animal are you?

  • Ollie Williams

    I didn't say I drink whiskey with ice. I take mine neat, always.

  • James Mcelroy

    I dunno if it counts, i mostly only drink bourbon. Sweet, sweet bourbon. But not always straight from the bottle.

  • Ollie Williams

    I'm mostly a bourbon guy as well. I don't drink scotch (I don't like the all barley mashbill taste that is in every scotch I've ever tried, and I've tried a lot), but will dabble in Irish on occasion, or American whiskey. What's your bourbon of choice?

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