Goods: Ice Ball Makers

Goods: Ice Ball Makers

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There are whiskey purists who won’t allow anything in their glass outside of booze itself. We respect that, but also happen to want something cold to sip on, on occasion. Adding a standard ice cube does present a problem since it will melt down fairly quickly and your drink will lose taste in the process. A better option is to go with a larger chunk of frozen H20 to chill your beverage without diluting it. Some options are better than others (if you’ve got the cash, something like the FrozenBALLS Ice Sphere Maker or The Macallan Ice Ball Machine will provide you with a compacted offering that will preserve the integrity of your beverage) but all are better than pushing the ice cube dispenser on the fridge.

1. Drinksology Ice Ball Maker – $941

2. Cirrus Press Package – $699

3. Tovolo Sphere Ice Molds – $16

4. Japanese Ice Maker – $200

5. Macallan Ice Ball Machine – $1028

6. King Cube Silicone Ice Cube Trays – $16

7. Baseball Ice Ball Maker – $3109

8. Star Wars Death Star Ice Mold – $14

9. Roller Rock Glass Ice Mold – $20

10. FrozenBalls Ice Ball Kit – $540

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