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    CNC Ice "cubes"

    I saw this today and thought it very cool. The article is below and a video on the tube.

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    Re: CNC Ice "cubes"

    That's a very cool find, Darwin. My favorite is the Abraham Lincoln ice cube. The liquid appears to be at the perfect level for him to sip.
    suntory-ice-cubes-14.jpg
    Don't you think he'd prefer Knob Creek bourbon over Suntory whisky though?
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    Re: CNC Ice "cubes"

    Knob Creek is made by Beam, which is owned by Suntory. I suspect Honest Abe would prefer something from Heaven Hill or Brown Foreman.
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    Re: CNC Ice "cubes"

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNovaMan View Post
    Knob Creek is made by Beam, which is owned by Suntory. I suspect Honest Abe would prefer something from Heaven Hill or Brown Foreman.
    Not sure what Abe would like but am pretty confident he'd politely refuse a pour of Rebel Yell.
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    Re: CNC Ice "cubes"

    Best use for a CNC machine I've seen! Great link to share, thanks.
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    Re: CNC Ice "cubes"

    Those are all pretty cool, but I ain't too keen on having "David" in my whiskey. I don't care if it is just ice, I don't want my face that close to any nekkid dude...
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