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Tovolo Ice Molds, Set of 2

by Tovolo
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Sphere
  • Stacks neatly to conserve space
  • Leak-free and won't tip in the freezer
  • Silicone cap
  • BPA free ice molds
  • Dishwasher safe
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Tovolo Sphere Ice Molds - Set of 2 + Tovolo King Cube Ice Tray - Stratus Blue + ROX Sphere Ice Ball Maker - Classic Black Silicone Ice Ball Mold with 4 X 2" Ball Capacity Tray. Flexible Round Silicone Mold for Easy Removal of Ice Balls. Taste the Whiskey Not the Water. Like Macallan's Ice Press Machine. Large Round Ice Melts Slower. By Simple Home Creations
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Product Details

Design: Sphere
  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 3.5 x 6.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007ACTN54
  • Item model number: 80-9697
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,197 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Design: Sphere

Tovolo Sphere Ice Molds

Roll with the high rollers with our Sphere Ice Molds. The innovative and clever design gives you a 2.5" sphere, perfect to accompany your Irish Whiskey, Rye Whiskey, or Bourbon. Tovolo's slow melting sphere will bring out the full flavor of your drink. Add a splash a class to you next drink. Each silicone mold measures 3 1/2 inches in diameter and 6 inches high. This ice mold can find room in any freezer. The molds stack easily to conserve space and won't tip in your freezer. The silicone cap creates a perfect leak-free seal.

Features

  • Sturdy silicone construction makes a 2.5" perfect sphere
  • Includes 2 molds, making 2 ice spheres
  • Silicone mold releases the ice clean and easy
  • BPA Free
  • Dishwasher Safe

The crowd is sure to circle the bar to see these globes of ice in your drink. Great for all cocktails, a sophisticated sphere floating in a pool of your finest bourbon or pour your vodka over a sphere of cranberry juice. The possibilities are endless.

Benefits

  • Leak Free
  • Great for restaurants, bars, and entertaining in the home
  • Stacks neatly to conserve space
  • Adds a cool element to your cocktail


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Customer Reviews

My husband loved these as a gift.
K. Wheaton
The slow melt of the large ice blocks allows to keep a cold drink without watering down your drink, plus it looks really cool.
Joshua A. Scheffey
Work like they're supposed to - great to make ice spheres that are perfect for drinks!
Kat

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

538 of 559 people found the following review helpful By nitsua68 on November 27, 2012
Pattern Name: Sphere Verified Purchase
I recently started drinking The Macallan single malt Scotch. While looking at merchandise on their website, I found an ice sphere press and wanted one immediately. The problem is the price tag. The one sold by Macallan is 650 Euro which by todays exchange rates will cost you about $843. All other brands of ice sphere presses I've found ranged from $500-$1,500. I thought there had to be a better option and then I found these.

These ice sphere molds work perfectly. Use as directed and you will achieve a clear practically perfect 2.5" sphere of ice each time. Durable and well contructed from food grade materials. You'll get clearer ice if you use filtered or boiled water. If prefered, you can even add fruit and stuff into the molds for presentation.

This morning, I used 2 spheres to chill a very large cafe latte. I would normally fill almost the entire glass with regular ice and then have to add more ice half way through cause it melted. These spheres worked perfectly. Hardly any dilution of my espresso and by the time I finished there were still 2 resonably large ice spheres in my glass that I could have continued to use in a refill. These things are just brilliant! I have no idea why anyone would ever spend $500-$1500 for a press when they could have these. These are perfect to chill your liquor or any beverage you prefer to not become diluted.

Someone rated this product at 2 stars. If you actually read their review you'll understand that the person is an idiot. If the 2.5" ice sphere doesn't fit your glass, use a different glass. If you don't want your beverage to splash, put the ice in first. It's just common sense.
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139 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 2, 2013
Pattern Name: Sphere Verified Purchase
The Tovolo Sphere ice molds are hard to beat for the price. They arrive packaged well with decent instructions printed on the box. Anybody who has grown up with Tupperware will know how to use them right out of the box. I ordered (2) sets to start with and have since ordered more not only for me and the wife; but have sent them as gifts to other single malt drinkers as well.

Rather then sit here and describe them....instead here are some tips to get them to perform:

1. Use distilled water -- if you want clear ice and no taste except the whiskey in your glass. Some people say purified or tap water is fine; but I have found that the ice still comes out with impurities and irregularities everytime I use anything other than distilled water.

2. The "fill" line on these are kind of funny. The fill line is not the line that you see going around the mold; but is instead just about to the top of the oval line that you will see on the inside as you pour the water in. Don't worry, once you see them you will understand what I am talking about.

3. When running "warm" water over the mold to take out the ice -- Read carefully! Run your warm water over the soft silicone lid first and most (the dark colored part) because it just takes a little longer to get the soft silicone to release than it does the hard plastic part of the mold.

4. When running the "warm" water over the silicone lid -- Take care not to just let the water run into the hole for expansion in the top of the lid. If you do you will create a hole inside your ice sphere.

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I then showed him my Ice Ball Maker (Tovolo Sphere Ice Molds ($12.95). This is a great country. Have yourself a good day
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68 of 81 people found the following review helpful By slim daniels on May 3, 2012
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This product does what it says it does, making 2" ice spheres. They work very well for scotch or any whiskey drinkers as well as shaker cocktails, as it cools the liquid in a rocks glass without diluting your drink because of the less surface area of the sphere opposed to regular cubes. It can be a little frustrating when making at first, sometimes the tops pop off alittle and can cause more egg shaped ice. I would recommend either using distilled water or boiling filtered water once or twice as you'll get clearer spheres and better results.
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47 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Lives in an igloo on June 17, 2013
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I would like to say that these are pretty awesome. I just got them today and have already been impressed with results. The ice-balls easy to remove with a little warm water and quite dashing in any drink you like. Cocktails to a glass of water. The suggested freeze time is a little conservative. 4-6 hours is more like 6-8 hours. BUT, slower freeze = clearer ice so I don't actually mind at all. And the final product is totally worth the wait. And at 9 dollars a set? I could buy ten sets and have more ice-balls faster and cheaper than one of those $600-$1200 presses.
UPDATE:
After further toying with the molds I can say the full lines are a little off. You need to fill less than suggested or you get ice ovals.
Also, instead of running water over the molds to remove the ice, I suggest letting them set at room temperature for a couple minutes. This will keep them from cracking in the mold.
These are still awesome.
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38 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Cyntha H on February 8, 2013
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Overall I'm pleased with these molds and have had good results. I've experimented with food coloring and flavored water. My guests have been impressed by them.

It took me several tries before I figured out the best way to get the frozen sphere out of the mold. What works for me is to run
the plastic (bottom) part of the mold under hot water until I can free the sphere with the rubber top attached. Then I can usually easily remove the sphere from the top without touching it very much. In my experience if I take the top off first, I then have trouble getting the sphere out of the mold. If you touch the sphere too much in trying to free it, the heat from your hand may cause it to crack. Same thing with getting water on it directly. Also I generally need add water past the fill line in order to fill the mold and not have a flat spot at the top of the sphere.
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