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Ohuhu Ice Sphere Mold Review

Ohuhu Ice Sphere MoldOhuhu Ice Sphere Mold Review
Gifted By: Ohuhu
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor,


I hate when ice melts and dilutes your cocktail or drink, but with the Ohuhu Ice Sphere Mold you can make ice spheres that will keep your drink cold without melting right away. The mold makes 4 small spheres of ice. The mold is made from silicone making it flexible and easy to remove the ice spheres. 


The mold makes 4 equally sized round ice cubes. Simply close the mold and pour water straight from the tap into the holes at the top of the mold and freeze. I was amazed by how quickly the spheres froze. I thought it would take a long time because of their size, but they were nearly frozen in just a couple hours. 


Using ice spheres versus the standard cubes or crushed ice will actually improve your drinking experience. Because they are larger than standard cubes they actually melt slower, keeping your drink from being diluted. These ice balls are great for cocktails, but they are also perfect for other drinks. I love using them in iced tea because they keep the tea super cold. I like to always have a batch of these ice balls on hand for guests.

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