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February 1, 2012


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Say what?

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From the website:


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What looks like an Arctic front freezing its way through the center of your bottle is actually the innovative Corkcicle. 

This icicle is made of BPA-free plastic filled with a reusable freeze gel, so you don't have to worry about an early thaw diluting your wine. 

Simply place your Corkcicle in the freezer for at least two hours and then insert it into any bottle of wine (after 1 glass has been poured) to maintain chilled white wine or to bring up red wines to their perfect temperature. 

The Corkcicle enhances the subtleties of wines' complex flavors. 

Plastic, cork, food-grade freeze gel.

Hand wash only.

12"H x 2"Ø.



Shouldn't it be "Corksicle?"



Still haven't wasted enough time?

No problema: watch this video starrring the Corkcicle, that'll chew up a few more minutes.

February 1, 2012 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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Most of those I have seen (including a 19th Century version on the UK's Antiques Roadshow) were glass inserts for a specific decanter. Or, in the last few years, ice-cube-size thingies to put in the dring glass - avoids watering down the drink, but still gets in the way.

Posted by: John A | Feb 1, 2012 3:08:01 PM

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