We have these new Jumbo Ice Ball Molds and I wanted to take a few minutes of your time to explain why they’re worth your while.
They’re relatively simple silicone molds that you fill with water to make giant balls of ice. We’re selling two of them in a package for $12.95 and you might be wondering why you would ever in a million years pay for a piece of plastic that makes ball shaped ice when you have trays in your freezer that make perfectly frozen cubes.
Here’s the thing; a glassful of standard sized ice cubes collectively have a much larger surface area than one large ice cube or ball. I’m no scientist but I know that the smaller the surface area is, the longer the ice will take to melt. I also know that the longer the ice takes to melt, the more time a drinker has with their chilled but not yet watered down drink. I’m not sure how you feel about the matter but as far as I’m concerned, the less dilution the better.
Chad Soloman of Liquid Relations has spoken on how “drinks served on the rocks are going to be a totally different drink based on the size and density of the ice.”
Our new ice ball molds make a 2-inch diameter sphere that fits ever so perfectly in a rocks glass. Give them a try, you won’t be disappointed.
[techtags:JAPANESE ICE BALLS, ICE BALL MOLDS, 2 INCH ICE CUBES, LARGE ICE CUBES]