The Finnish Ice Stone Pilsner Glass


This is the 11-oz. pilsner drinking vessel made in Tuupovaara in eastern Finland from 2.8 billion year-old Karelian soapstone that keeps beverages ice cold. Renowned for its thermal properties which allows it to be used equally well for keeping liquids cold or hot (the Vikings used it for cooking vessels), soapstone holds its temperature much longer than glass, resulting in a drink staying colder for longer without the need for ice and without imparting any odor or taste to a beverage.


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