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Opinions didn’t run quite as hot as our hot sauce Co-Op, but this week’s ice mold recommendation post still revealed in some cool options for getting your cocktail presentation down cold.

Check out the favorites below, then be sure to vote at the bottom of the post. We’ll toast to the winner tomorrow.

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Wintersmiths Phantom

Wintersmiths Phantom
Graphic: Shep McAllister

It’s expensive, but the Wintersmiths Phantom has consistently produced perfect, large, clear ice spheres, seven at a time: - discokryptonite 

Yes! I had the current model, the Ice Chest, for about 3(?) years and it worked great. Now I’m using the Phantom for beautiful clear large spheres, large cubes, and small cubes and it works great (as long as you carefully press the molds together). They’ve got other molds, but I can’t justify the Collins. - sarusa

I’ve got the 4-sphere (edit: 3-sphere standard) Wintersmith model, and it never fails to produce perfect ice balls. They have perfected the downward freezing method. - Whiskey_Blooded

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Mainstays Silicone Big Cube Ice Tray

Mainstays Silicone Big Cube Ice Tray
Graphic: Shep McAllister

They do the job for minimum cost.

...I have 4 and can make 2 dozen large cubes at a time in deep freeze. They aren’t completely clear, but I haven’t run into any of the usual silicone mold problems in the year I’ve had them. - Leprechaun Liam

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Tovolo Sphere Ice Molds

Tovolo Sphere Ice Molds
Graphic: Shep McAllister

spheres > cubes - tape

Hands down the best bang for the buck - Dave Diem Martinez


True Cubes

True Cubes

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True Cubes: works well, isn’t too pricey and makes 4 cubes at a time. - durangojim

YES.

I have this and love these cubes. Very clear. Easy to make. And not too much to buy. All around a great product. Can’t recommend it enough. - Partially Bigoted Zealots

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