Monday, November 10, 2014

Product Review: Arctic Chill silicone ice ball makers

Arctic Chill offered to send me a box of their ice ball makers and I said yes.  I am under no obligation to write anything but an honest review.  But, I love them! They are easy to use, are made of silicone (no plastic! yay!) and pretty easy to peel off and put them in your drink.  They would be awesome for cocktails. I have been using them for tea or ice water and my 3 year old loves them too.  I use them to make drinking water more exciting, ha! They do last way longer than regular ice cubes, and I just have to say, they are fun.  You can buy them at Amazon for $10.20 for four* or $4.99 for two*, which is a pretty good price.

Just follow the directions on the outside of the box... pretty simple.  I run a little water on the ball to open it, then on the ice ball to loosen it before I plunk it into my glass. This glass pictured are my favorite new Anchor Hocking lead-free glasses* I use for everything, including coffee. (Don't make the mistake of thinking all glass is lead free! These new Riedel glasses tested for 30% lead here.)

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1 comment:

  1. Looking forward to your new recipes. I have also switched to only stevia and erythritol.


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