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Nothing says wow to your beverage like the King Cube ice cube. The large surface area of cube allows it to melt slower, letting your beverage to stay cooler longer, without diluting it. Tovolo's silicone trays not only make ice but try freezing broth, juices, stock, baby food, and much more. Each cube slides out without a fight. A cold beverage companion.
The King Cube Ice Tray measures 4.35 x 6.2 5x 2 inches and can find room in any freezer. The non-slip design will sit securely with spilling a drop. Trays can stack or sit alone. Ice is removed easily from the tray. Each cube is clean and ready for use.
The King Cube is sure to add delight to any beverage and perfect for the cocktails and spirits. Not only does the King Cube make ice, also try freezing juices, cooking wine, stock, soups, leftovers and baby food. Be creative, the possibilities are endless. The King Cube Ice Tray's 2" cube portions are just right.
For best results, do not store ice tray in freezer, once the cube are made, remove from cubes from tray and put them in an airtight container preventing freezer odor.
It took me a while to figure out why all my drinks tasted like plastic. Until I smelled the tray and the ice cubes. They smell like cheap plastic. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by dsd
When they say it makes big ice cubes, they mean it makes BIG ICE CUBES. I actually bought it as a chocolate mold (worked great!) & it made HUGE chocolate squares... Read morePublished 1 day ago by sarahtonin
This ice cube tray makes ice cubes that are just the perfect size to put into classic drinks, like old fashioned. Looks extremely elegant. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Elle L
I have had no problems with this tray. No off odors. No off taste. I pour in the water, stick it in the freezer and in a day have large ice cubes. Read morePublished 3 days ago by L. Bencze
I don't use this for ice cubes but for making small gluten free rolls, frozen pops for my grandkids, saving herbs in butter, left overs for one.Published 4 days ago by Sherry Mackintosh