TIP OF THE DAY: Fun Flavored Ice Cubes

We thought our own ice cube tips were creative: freezing coffee, fruit, herbs, juice, lemonade, vegetables, tea, wine—even bouillon for Bloody Marys. We don’t like melting ice cubes to dilute our drinks, so we freeze the same liquid (e.g. iced tea cubes for iced tea) or a complimentary flavor (e.g., blueberry or other fruit juice…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Flavored Ice Cubes

Today’s tip is to make flavored ice cubes. They’re the easiest way to add dazzle to everyday drinks, be they club soda, juice, soft drinks, mocktails or cocktails. We have long made “party ice cubes” that deliver big impact with no effort beyond freezing a liquid in an ice cube tray. The benefits of flavored…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Things To Freeze In Your Ice Cube Tray

Now, holiday ice trays like this Valentine cube tray can be used year-round. Photo courtesy Lekue.   We have long been advocates of making ice cubes from coffee, tea, juice, wine and soda, so as not to dilute our iced coffee, iced tea, cocktails, punch and soft drinks (original article). You can add mint leaves…
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