I have a great find that is perfect for the summer. Literally made to make you cool – the awesome StyloPhora Ice Ball Molds!
StyloPhora Ice Ball Molds are easy to use:
1. Press the top and bottom pieces together.
2. Extend funnel and insert into fill hole, pour 100ml of water (or liquid of your choice) up to fill lines. The air space gives allowance for expansion of ice.
3. Freeze for 4-6 hours.
4. After freezing, simply pull off the top, then push from the bottom of the mold to pop out your ice ball.
5. Enjoy your slow melting ice ball with your favorite drink, for maximum chill and minimum dilution!
These molds are way better than ordinary ice trays. They are not made of plastic so they don’t break. They are made of thick and durable FDA food-grade silicone. Furthermore, the ice ball molds are dishwasher safe and BPA-free. Since the molds are made of silicone, they are also flexible and allow easy removal of ice. They are leak-proof as well.
Ice balls have bigger surface area so they don’t melt fast. They last a lot longer than ice cubes, which have very thin edges than cause them to melt and shrink easily. This means that since the ice balls are slow melting, you can expect less dilution of your drink. Effective in keeping your drink both cold and flavorful!
You can use StyloPhora Ice Ball Molds not only for water, but for other beverages as well. Having a floating ice ball in your drink makes a fun serving of beverage, especially when in different colors for different flavored drinks. They are great for water, iced coffee and chocolate, soda, liquor, juice, and cocktails. They can also be used to slowly mix a flavored liquid to a base drink. For instance, you want to mix a hint of lime to your base liquor. Or you can mold orange juice into an ice ball and put it into your glass of vodka to slowly transform your drink into a Screwdriver. You can do the same for coffee and chocolate to creatively craft a Café Mocha.
StyloPhora Ice Ball Molds can also create ice ball treats for your pet! I have a 2 year-old Havanese and he likes it in his water dish.
If you're feeling even more creative, you can stick a sturdy straw into the hole for an iced lollipop. Maybe I will try the ice ball molds with jelly next time for a spherical jelly fun treat or dessert.
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