Kitchen Top Secret Unveils A Light, Compact, And Inexpensive Product For Making Ice Balls
A premium effect for a fraction of the cost
The ice balls look cool and always seem to get a great reaction from friends that get a drink like a scotch whiskey cocktail with an ice sphere swirling inside their glass.
Ice balls are the new trendy bar phenomenon. The only problem is most of the bars and restaurants that serve ice balls in cocktails are using large, heavy, and expensive ice presses. The typical ice press is made of big hunks of metal that use weight and friction to melt a larger block of ice into a sphere. They work great and and are fun to watch the ice ball magically appear. But they top out around $1,000 - not really in the price range for the average drinker.
Kitchen Top Secret has just introduced to their product market; a light, compact, and inexpensive method to creating ice balls for home owners, amateur cooks and professional chefs alike. It is a set of silicone ice ball molds that easily snap together, and then the mold is filled with water and put it in the freezer. A few hours later and the ice ball is ready! Because there is a set of six, it is easy to make several at one time and then refill them as they are used, making sure there is always an ice ball on hand!
Spending on high end liquor is up. In fact, it is up so much that "Time" magazine even wrote an article about it! This is great news for the booze industry, and it means that people are taking the time to appreciate their cocktails.
Many people like a chilled drink and have been drinking cocktails on the rocks for decades. However, crushed ice melts very fast at room temperature and if much time is taken sipping on a premium scotch whiskey or other liquor, the melting crushed ice will water down the cocktail very quickly. The ice ball made from Kitchen Top Secret's silicone mold helps to solve this issue. Because a round orb of ice has less surface area to volume ratio than crushed ice, it melts much slower, and thus cools the drink without watering it down as much.
Kitchen Top Secret ice ball makers currently sell for around $35 for the set of six. They are very compact so they fit in just about any drawer or niche in a bar cabinet. Being made of FDA approved silicone they are food friendly and dishwasher safe. Because they are a snap together mold, there is no need to worry about ice melting all over the counter from a press, and they are not likely to spill in the freezer - just use the reference fill line to allow for water expansion.
The Kitchen Top Secret Ice Ball maker brings jet-set modern luxury and excitement to everyday life.
About Kitchen Top Secret
Kitchen Top Secret is an American owned chef gadget company for kitchen accessories and cookware. The company's mission is rooted in producing polished, sleek, sophisticated utensils with a jet-set attitude for the BBQ grill fanatic, gourmet chef, and amateur cook alike. The Ice Ball Maker Set is currently their primary product and characterizes this lifestyle-driven company's high standards of design, technology, and quality.
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