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Fred and Friends COOL SHOOTERS Shot Glass Mold

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  • Make your own shot glasses made of ice with this 4-glass mold
  • Made of pure food-grade silicone rubber
  • Fill with water or juice, then place in freezer
  • Pops out 4 fully-formed frozen shot glasses
  • Measures 5 inches by 5 inches by 3 inches
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 3 x 5 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000I1UTNE
  • Item model number: COOL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (323 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,637 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

What's cooler than a shot glass made of ice? Fill Cool Shooters with water or your favorite juice, freeze, and then pop out four fully-formed frozen shot glasses. A great way to add a little nip to your favorite sip!

Customer Reviews

Works great, fun for parties.
Amy C
It makes a party more interesting when yu can break the shot glasses and no one cares.
Robert
They were easy to make and easy to get out of the mold.
Sterling

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

159 of 164 people found the following review helpful By Timothy B. Riley HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 13, 2011
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I'm really not the kind of guy who enjoys doing "shots." I'm more into sipping some good Scotch, no ice or water, over a long period of time. However, I have friends who enjoy a cold shot of something at a party or gathering. That is why I bought this mold. It produces four decent sized shot glasses made of ice. This is not for sipping or even drinking quickly and refilling. They are for shooting, downing the beverage as fast as possible. If you are outside then your guests can smash them on the patio like Greeks smashing plates at a wedding.

I think that a creative mind could come up with all kinds of uses for these. An Irish Car Bomb, Tequila shots, Vodka shots, flaming shots, etc. I think that they work best when a cold liquor is added. I decided to show this mold in action so I made this short video review. I hope that it is helpful to you!
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81 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Cricket TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 19, 2008
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Originally I received this from a friend as a gift and we've had so much fun with it that I bought it for a girlfriend that was turning 21. These are great because it's silicone and they come out of the mold pretty easily. Here are my suggestions to anyone that purchases them: Use a cold beverage in them otherwise they start to melt to quickly. To make more than the four, store them in the freezer on wax paper after removing. Try something fun like adding a bit of grenadine or lime juice after filling with water, it'll settle on the bottom which will end up being the rim of the shot glass and it'll give a bit of flavor with your shot.
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114 of 129 people found the following review helpful By ARC on June 10, 2008
Some have mention using hot water to make stronger clearer ice and that works, but I got to thinking... what else could I make shot glasses from? I melted some Jolly Ranchers and made shot glasses from those... turned out awesome. Next I'll try some chocolate. Also was thinking of using just plain melted sugar. Not sure how well gummy shot glasses wold work but I'm trying that. What else would make a good shot glass?
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100 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Molly on December 20, 2006
This is a fun and novel idea but has only limited use.

Obviously, ice melts and that poses some problems with serving, using and disposing of them. Drinking them is fun, but they get your fingers cold, slippery and wet. And if you've made it out of juice instead of water, you get cold, wet AND sticky. After using them you need a way to dispose of them quickly, because your guests are left holding an empty, cold, melting shot glass that they can't really set down anywhere or reuse (unless they have a glass to put it in and use as an ice cube).

One idea is to present a shot of liquor/liquid that complements what they're already drinking, so they can drop the ice shot glass (with or without the shot) into the cup. But even this requires careful coordination to make sure the cups are large enough and their glass isn't too full. The shot glasses are surprisingly heavy.

The last problem to mention is when the alcohol melts through the ice shot glass and starts spilling out the bottom. Sometimes this happens quickly, spilling the alcohol out onto the counter where you're pouring, or onto your hapless guest when you're handing it to them. I recommend using already-chilled alcohol to help slow that down, and to serve the filled shot glasses as quickly as possible.

Overall, these provide exactly what you expect from an ice shot glass. They're easy to make, look neat, offer some novelty but aren't good for more than a quick impression and a few minutes before melting becomes a reality.
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50 of 64 people found the following review helpful By G. Primeau on February 8, 2006
For a fraternity party i made about 300 of these. The only place they dont melt is in the freezer, even in bags deep inside large coolers of ice these little guys melted to the point of uselessness. If your only maing 4 they are very impressive and add quite a bit of novlety. On average the shot glasses should last around 20 minutes at room temperature, handling room temperature alcohol. It also helps if you put these in the freezer for at least double the suggested time ( 8 or so hours)
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27 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Euge on January 17, 2008
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This will last you a party or three, before you lose interest. The whole freezing thing can get in the way of your drinking. But otherwise it's pretty neat.

Suggestion: Fill it with hot watter and let it stand out for a while before finally freezing it. Hot watter contains less gas in mixture. The less gases you have mixed in with the water, the less bubbles will form upon freezing, this will give you stronger clearer ice that will last longer.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By G. Tenney on August 4, 2008
The coolest thing about these is that you don't have to use water to make shot glasses, I have made them from hard candy, chocolate and gummy worms(BAD IDEA) and I am sure there are many other candies and materials you could melt down and make shot glasses out of these. And chocolate shot glasses are a HUGE hit, you just had some buttershots in your chocolate shot glass... Chomp chomp chomp.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Elenor on December 21, 2013
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This mold is fun and easy to use - I make a lot of cake decorations and have used this mold to make chocolate shot glasses (frosting shots for a wedding dessert table) and also poured sugar to make sugar shot glasses to add to the top of a cake.

Great details on the outside of the shot glass, and the materials just pop right out of the molds. Love this product!!
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