Booze Joulies: Cold Drinks Without Dilution Beth Snyder July 28, 2014 Don’t you hate when the ice melts into your Scotch, leaving what used to be an excellent sipping experience watered down and nasty? Over the last couple of years we’ve looked at a number of creative ice options, but what most of them have in common is that ice melts. And when ice melts, your drink gets watered down. Joulies, the company that brought us Coffee Joulies a few years ago, has stepped up to the plate to offer a solution that keeps drinks cold without watering them down. Booze Joulies can of course be used in any cold beverage, but their primary reason for being is to keep alcohol free from water. What I love is since they don’t melt into water they can be used in things where you normally would avoid ice, such as beer. Warm beer on a hot summer day is not my favourite. What they are is a stainless steel cube which contains “a proprietary blend of food-grade liquids” sealed inside. On the off chance your Joulie ruptures, the liquid is supposed to be non-toxic, so no worries if you accidentally ingest some. The liquid has a lower freezing point than water, which means while it takes longer to freeze, it also takes longer to thaw. All you need to do is stick your Booze Joulies in the freezer (it takes about three hours for them to freeze), then add them to your beverage of choice. The claim is that they are “colder than ice”, so they’ll keep your drink cold longer than regular ice cubes would… all without melting! When they do finally thaw, just rinse them off and stick them back in the freezer until the next time you need them. Booze Joulies come in a set of six, at a cost of just $24.95 US. The average rocks glass will require 2-3 Joulies to keep a beverage cold, so order however many sets you think you’ll need. Each set comes in a cloth carrying pouch. Source: Gizmag Share This With The World!