Chilled whisky is great. Diluted whisky isn't. Enter whisky stones: Vermont-milled soapstones that you chill and add to your dram in lieu of ice cubes to keep your booze chilly without flooding it in taste-killing water.
Your great grandparents were a classy bunch. They drank more bourbon than water, fought in multiple wars, and spent entire days without saying YOLO. In an effort to mimic the way their ancestors drank and lived, Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. made this jar of finely crafted bourbon cocktail cherries. They're made from Kentucky bourbon and Oregon cherries, making them a great companion for a host of drinks, especially whiskey. And they're so good that you'll want to eat them straight from a jar. Be warned, though: a slight buzz might not be far behind.