940 Million Year Old Whiskey Stones

For the whiskey lover in your life, an ‘aged product is everything. A 20-year old bottle of Pappy Van Winkle whiskey will set you back $2,000. Well, how about taking that age to a new level? These granulite Hornblende stones from the Trois-Rivières area in Canada are 940-million years old, making them the perfect conversation piece, as well as great for cooling off your whiskey without watering it down.

Available for $50 on Uncrate:

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