Update: Sold out
You might know it as nugget ice, or Sonic ice, or for you Texans out there, Buc-ees ice, but no matter what you call it, we all know it’s great. Now, there’s an expensive machine that can make it for you at home, but today, it’s $50 less expensive than usual.
If you’ve spent any time in upscale cocktail bars, you’ve probably noticed they all use giant ice cubes. The thought process behind that is the bigger the ice cube, the slower the ice melts, therefore allowing you to enjoy your drink undiluted for longer. And it looks cool and gives them an excuse to charge you $16…
If you've spent any time in fancy cocktail bars, you've probably noticed that many of them serve drinks with a single, huge sphere of ice. Why do they do this? Well, mostly because it looks really cool, but it also dilutes your drink more slowly, which is important when it costs $14 plus tip.
They might not be quite as practical as Death Star-shaped ice spheres, but these Star Wars-themed Silicone ice trays are a bargain at only $3-$4 each. I would make kind of reference or turn a popular Star Wars quote into a pun here, but I've never seen the movies. Feel free to pile on me in the comments! [Star…
That's no moon...it's an ice cube. You might have seen these big, slow-melting ice balls at your favorite fancy cocktail bar, and now you can make them at home, except with a disintegrating laser. [Kotobukiya Star Wars: Death Star Silicone Ice Mold, $6]
If you've ever been to a fancy cocktail bar, you've probably noticed drinks served with giant spheres of ice. If you want to recreate that experience at home, it's surprisingly cheap and easy.
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Cool... get it? Okay, okay. Last pun of the day, I promise. Anyhoo - 13deals.com has these super-slick Lego Man or Lego Block Style Silicone Ice Cube / Baking Molds for $5 each. I'm not sure if I'll make ice or chocolates first.