The Williams-Sonoma Japanese ice maker creates perfectly round ice cubes that add pizzaz to ordinary Sunday cocktails. The two-block system uses the warmth gathered by the surrounding metal to shape ordinary cubes into spherical masterpieces.
Users simply need to pop an ice cube onto the base of the device. Once you slip the second mold on top, the weight of the device takes over the process. Watching this pint-sized wonder work its magic is almost as fun as drinking the cocktails themselves. After the contraption is unmolded, budding bartenders are left with a frozen 1-inch ice ball. As an added bonus, the rounded profile also prevents the cubes from diluting your drinks too quickly.
If you are looking for a fun bartending accessory for yourself or a friend, consider checking out the Williams-Sonoma Japanese ice maker.
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