Keep It Cold With An Ice Ball Mold | #spon StyloPhora
Hello friends, I hope all is well in your world.
Last month at the Radiant Orchid Garden Party I noticed our hostess had fruit filled ice balls in glasses at the outdoor bar. I wanted to try one but with all the activities of the day I didn’t get a chance. Thankfully, I now have an opportunity to do a product review for Large Deluxe Ice-Ball-Molds by StyloPhora so I made my own.
I ordered the product on Thursday and it arrived from Amazon.com on Sunday – talk about quick delivery! Although I was impressed with the quick delivery, I was a bit concerned with the packaging. There were 4 pieces of cellophane tape across the top sealing the plastic tube which make me wonder if it was a returned item then hand sealed versus machine sealed. It was obvious that the molds weren’t used, otherwise I would have asked for a replacement.
My son decided to test one first and said he liked it, but then again, he just froze plain water to put into a pitcher of iced tea. I, on the other hand wanted to add fruit to the mold and use it in a pitcher of Sangria.
There are 3 silicon molds per pack and includes a collapsible funnel. After washing the molds I filled the bottom half with diced pineapples and mango chunks. I put the top on and using the funnel to fill the mold with water only to the black lines which allows for expansion.
I kept them in the freezer overnight, however, it only needs 4-6 hours to totally freeze. After freezing, remove the top half, then squeeze to release ice mold into a glass or pitcher.
Included on the instructions pamphlete for the Ice Ball Molds is a code for a bonus video on how to make crystal clear ice balls.
These slow melting ice balls are great for a party pitcher or added to an individual glass.
To order your own set of StyloPhora Ice Ball Molds, click here.
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I like the idea of freezing mint or fruit in there!
Yes, it makes plain water easier to drink for me.
I like this idea and just ordered it. When I use the large glass jugs with a spigot for lemon or cucumber water, the ice melts too soon. Looking forward to trying this. Thanks!
Excellent, can’t wait to see what you add to yours. Hope you are having a terrific Tuesday!
Love this share!!!
Thank you, glad I could share!
I need these! I always make fruit infused water and ice cubes. My daughter refuses to drink plain water anymore. So I need to get me some of these ASAP. Great share and I hope you’re having a wonderful day!
Smart child, these would be perfect for her. Let me know what you use, and I can’t wait to see the “fruit cocktails” you create.
This is really cool. I have never heard about it so thanks for sharing.
You are quite welcome – I am glad to share!