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ICE ICE BABY! MAKE BETTER COCKTAILS WITH THESE INFUSED ICE CUBES

published time By SW published time 19 Oct, 2018 Share image 0 Shares

Need to add some zing to your usual cocktail recipes?

We got you covered!

Why resort to having plain old cocktails when you can jazz them up with some naturally flavoured ice cubes?

Make infused ice cubes that slowly melt to add even more refreshing flavours into your favourite cocktails.

Colourful and eye-catching, these can easily turn even a plain glass of water into an aromatic and pretty sip.

Scroll down through our list of creative ice cubes to delight your guests at your next house party!

Floral Ice Cubes

Add some sunshine and cheer to your drinks with these beautiful floral ice cubes.

Use edible varieties and blooms such as zucchini blossoms, roses, violets, sage flowers and nasturtiums.

Grab some and freeze them inside your ice cube tray for a perfect brunch cocktail!

Ice Ice Baby! Make Better Cocktails With These Infused Ice Cubes

Whole Fruit Cubes

Why add artificial flavours or sweeteners to your water when you can use real fruit? Dress up cocktails, soda, or even plain water with some fruity cubes! Wash and cut each fruit into a size slightly smaller than the ice cube tray moulds, add some still or sparkling water and freeze.

The options here are endless and these cubes are sure to up your beverage game at your next do.

Ice Ice Baby! Make Better Cocktails With These Infused Ice Cubes

Tea Ice Cubes

Say hello to ice cubes with tea! Break the ice with this simple hack - all you have to do is brew tea as usual and freeze it in ice cube trays! Shake up a simple Chai Tea cocktail with 2/3 cups of almond milk, 1/3 cup of chai, 45 ml of Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve whisky and your infused cubes. Chai this!

Coffee Ice Cubes

Who doesn’t love iced coffee? It’s creamy, robust, sweet, and smooth. How about combining it with your favourite cocktails? Brew regular coffee and let it cool to room temperature. Pour evenly into an ice cube tray and freeze. Once frozen, you can use coffee cubes for up to two weeks. Make some Bailey’s Iced Coffee by pouring 100 ml of Baileys Original Irish Cream Liqueur and cold coffee into a tall, ice-filled glass.

Citrus Ice Cubes

Make these in your muffin tin. Fill the cups with layers of thinly sliced lemons, limes, and oranges, cover with water, and freeze. Easy, peasy, lemon squeezy! A guaranteed hit when added to a bowl of punch at garden soirees.

Watermelon Vodka Ice Cubes

A little bit of chopping and a little bit of pouring will give you these watermelon vodka ice cubes that are a true game changer! It’s the perfect way to perk up your drink while cooling it down at the same time. Blend some watermelon, add a dash of Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka and pour this into ice cube moulds and freeze. Pretty cool, right?


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