A cylindrical piece of soapstone used for chilling fine liquor in order to avoid dilution from melting ice. The stone is frozen and then added to a drink. The first whiskey disks were manufactured by a New Hampshire stonemason over 15 years ago. Now, they are widely used by liquor aficionados everywhere.
He liked his Scotch neat yet slightly chilled, so he poured it over a whiskey disk.
by jhammerstone April 01, 2011