A single, large piece of ice makes a dramatic statement in any cocktail, even more so if you can make it round. Fortunately, there's a pretty easy way to do it. In addition to looking cool, a large piece of ice will melt more slowly than multiple, smaller ice cubes, ensuring that your drink stays cool longer and gets watered down less as the ice melts. Just fill small water balloons with water (or whatever liquid you want to freeze), and rest them on a sheet pan in your freezer until they're ready. Snip the end of the balloon, peel it off the ice, and hear that satisfying clunk as you drop it into your glass.
Make Circular Ice With Water Balloons
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