Trudeau’s Ice Sphere Mold

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ABOUT 

Perfect for drinks on the rocks or to make fruit infused spheres, coffee cubes, and more! The Ice Sphere Mold is soft to the touch, has funnel-topped molds for easy filling, and releases easily into 4 perfect 2-inch diameter spheres. Available at Amazon & Bed Bath and Beyond – MSRP $14.99

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MY REVIEW

The mold came in two separate pieces which initially had me worried that the water would leak through, but it did not. Just snap the two pieces together! Next you must fill the funnel slowly in order for the water to actually fill the mold. I recommend not overfilling the mold – so no water should be in the funnel. I did this by mistake and It was a tad difficult to get the ice unstuck from the mold. If this happens, no worries, just let it defrost on the counter for a few minutes until the ice breaks free.

I loved that the ice melted much slower than smaller ice cubes. It kept my drink cooler for longer, and it didn’t dilute my drink with water as quickly.

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PROS

  • Super easy to use
  • Did not leak
  • Ice spheres melted slower than smaller ice cubes
  • Dishwasher safe
  • 5 year warranty

CONS

  • Had slight difficulty getting two of the ice molds out

I would definitely recommend this Ice Sphere Mold! It is perfect for cocktails since the ice is slower melting in a larger form, and you have more room to fill them with fruit to infuse them!

 

Katie Pierce

About Katie Pierce

My name is Katie and I graduated from the University of Kansas in 2012 with a B.G.S. in the History of Art, and a minor in Applied Behavioral Science. Currently I am working as a substitute teacher from grades preK to 12th grade. This job is fun, but my favorite job is being a wife to my husband, Stephen, who is a Paramedic. On our days off we like to go on runs with our beautiful American Eskimo, cook together, venture off to local breweries, and personalize our new home. -Not all in one day though ;) You can visit my blog at http://www.diylifeaftercollege.com for some diy tutorials and recipes.

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