Balls Of Steel: 18K Gold Whiskey Balls

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear, Vices

Ice cubes may keep your whiskey cold, but they also do a great job at diluting the hell out of the finished product. Don’t drink watered down whiskey. Instead, pick up Ball of Steel’s ‘The Executive Set’ 18K Gold Edition whiskey balls.

Sure they’ll help keep your whiskey on chill, but they’ll also help save lives. That’s because with every set sold, the brand will be donating 80% of the sales to the University Of Texas’ MD Anderson Cancer Center – funding testicular cancer research. There will only be 25 handcrafted sets available, all of which come packaged in a beautiful Alder Wood Box sourced right from Fort Collins, Colorado. Each whiskey ball undergoes a long process of gold plating, and comes individually numbered. [Purchase]

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