Pratico Goods has an unique ice tray! Making ice cubes is easy with this space saving superb cube silicone ice cube tray from Pratico Goods.
Pratico Kitchen’s Superb Cube Trays are in a different class and can be used to make ice to fit highball, cocktail, hurricane, cordial and liqueur glasses. Perfect for whiskey, cocktail, juices, coffee, tea, & more.
There are 2 sizes to choose from: 4 or 8 cubes. 2 Inches in Size: Measures 10.7 x 5.6 x 2.1 inches & keeps your drinks chilled longer with giant ice cubes.
How does the Pratico Goods superb cube silicon ice cube tray work?
I’ve never been a fan of ice cubes. They melt so fast and water down my drink. Not to mention how hard it is to get them out of tray.
I’m a big fan of silicone. I have a few silicone products in my kitchen and they are by far my favorite.
To test this out I added my favorite iced tea to make an ice cube out of. It was very easy to release the ice cube from the tray.
I was surprised how quickly the ice cube made my glass cold. I waited until my glass got room temperature to add the ice cube. My tea got cold instantly and stayed cold much longer. The cube size makes the ice melt at a slower pace. This ensures you need less ice, and your drinks don’t get watered down as fast (if you use water).
I already plan to use this in the summer at my place and plan on purchasing more.
Each cube compartment is separate from each other so you can easily push each ice cube from the bottom. No need for awkward bending & twisting with this ice tray from Pratico Goods.
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