A Japanese company has introduced a mold that easily creates a perfect sphere- no chipping and shaving required. Other mold units in the past used by high end bars cost a few hundred dollars. Now you can make the same ice spheres for a fraction of the cost! If you're wondering what's so great about giant ice balls, just think back to science class. The sizable frozen spheres have larger surface areas, so they melt slower. That means they're able to chill your drink and delay the evil diluting effects of melting long enough for you to enjoy your cocktail. No one likes watered down booze, so do yourself a favor and make the transition from fast-melting ice cubes to giant, beverage-saving ice balls.
How to make an ice ball: 1) Attach top and bottom parts. Please close it tight. 2) Pour water from top hole. Do NOT fill water completely, please keep a little space on the top. 3) Push top part to make sure there is no space in between, then store in freezer. 4) Allow the ice to completely solidify.
How to take the ice out: 1) Twist upper and lower part. If it is difficult, push from the bottom. 2) Push the top part and take the ice out. It is easier if you stretch the side. 3) Drop with care when placing the ice ball into cup. ands of fancy cocktail bars can't be wrong.
The Whiskey Ball Dimensions: 2” Diameter
The Whiskey Ball Model Number: Whiskey Ball 1