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Whiskey Wedge Whiskey Wedge

Whiskey Wedge

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  • Materials: Lead-free glass, BPA-free silicone
  • Care: Wash before use. Dishwasher safe
  • Large, slow-melting "wedge" of ice designed to retain your drink's full flavor and melt much slower than small cubes
  • Artful way to perfectly chill, but not water down, your favorite spirits
  • How to use: Place silicone form over top of glass, fill with water up to "fill line," store flat in freezer for 4 hours or more, remove silicone from glass, fill with favorite spirit and enjoy
  • Includes: 1 double-old fashioned whiskey glass and 1 silicone form for the perfect wedge
  • Please note: Do not run under hot water after removing from freezer. Do not refreeze if glass has been cracked or damaged
  • Capacity: 9 fl. oz.
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 2.5" x 4" x 2.5"
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs.


4.5 avg. (107 reviews)

Sweet little sipper glass
01/06/2020 by Maggie
Bought these for my bourbon drinking boys but they work perfectly for my blended scotch sipping also. Thanks!
Fun Product!
11/02/2019 by M. E.
Fun to use.
Great Gift
10/05/2019 by Janet
Bought 2 of these for part of a wedding gift. They were so well received that I bought several more to give as gifts for Christmas.
Whiskey Wedge
02/13/2019 by Martha
These were a gift for my son-in-law who is a whiskey drinker. He is always looking for something that minimizes watering down his drink.
Guests love them
02/10/2019 by Laurel
My guests rave about these glasses.
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Whiskey Wedge

The Whiskey Wedge creates an intriguing wedge of ice inside its specially designed tumbler. Keep your favorite drink cool—both in temperature and in appearance—as the ice block melts slowly.


Independent barware business Corkcicle was featured on The Grommet from its very first innovations. One was a reusable cork that chills wine and the Chillsner, an in-bottle beer chiller.

Founder Ben Hewitt was confused why no one had trumped the ice bucket as a wine-cooling device. He started tooling around with a way to chill the bottle from the inside, then showed the first prototype to pal (and ultimate Co-founder) Stephen Bruner. Stephen encouraged him to keep iterating; they teamed up with third Co-founder Eric Miller, and Corkcicle came to life.

Their initial ideas were so well received that Corkcicle has continued to grow. Each year, they create more ways for drink enthusiasts to keep their favorite beverages cold. Or serve them with style. Or open them with barely any effort. Whatever your drink of choice, Corkcicle has a unique way to enjoy it even more. more Their Story