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There’s nothing like relaxing after a long day in the backyard with a cool drink in hand. But that drink can warm over pretty quickly if you don’t have the right drinkware. And the right drinkware exists, and it is the Chill Whiskey Glass over at Huckberry.
You have a lot of great options when it comes to getting a nice drinking glass. But a lot of time, they value style over functionality. Not to say that the Chill Whiskey Glass is a bad looking piece of equipment. It’s a looker, but not at the expense of making your time drinking an enjoyable one.
What makes the Chill Whiskey Glass so great is how it is made. For one, it is made with a dual glass wall design. In between those glass walls is a specially designed freezing fluid. So you don’t even need ice to chill your drink, watering it down as you go.
Another way that the dual-wall design of the Chill Whiskey Glass keeps your drink cool is that your body heat can’t get through. So when you’re holding it, the warmth from your hand isn’t going to get in and warm your drink up. Which also means the glass won’t sweat. Which is pretty damn great.
Holding the Chill Whiskey Glass won’t even be necessary though. That’s because the bottom of this glass comes with a cork sleeve built-in. So you have an easy to hold grip that won’t cool your hands or warm up your drink. You can’t go wrong with a design like that.
If you like kicking back with a cool drink in hand, then the Chill Whiskey Glass is something you need to pick up. Especially now that Huckberry has dropped the price to a pretty unbeatable level. So grab one now and enjoy the rest of your summer with an iced beverage by your side.Get it!
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