Star Wars Death Star Ice Cube Mold
Chill your whisky or other beverage with this slow-melting ice cube, shaped like the Death Star.
If you're looking to ice your spirits without watering them down, this silicon mold produces a diagonal, ski-slope like slice of ice that simply won't over-dilute a drink. It's ideal for chilling whiskey and letting it open over time as ice slowly...
Frozen Peas Ice Cube Mould
Suck UK smartly looked at nature to devise the perfect ice ball-maker. Crafting a jumbo-sized pea-in-a-pod design, the designer's Frozen Peas make it easy to squeeze out a giant ball of ice, which melts 80% slower than cubed ice, for cold, strong drinks...
"Getting iced" takes on a whole new meaning when one of Okamoto Studio's divine custom ice sculptures is involved. Flawlessly constructed and beautiful to behold, the temporal quality of this unexpected gift only adds to its physical and conceptual...
Professional Ice Ball Maker
Even a simple pour of whiskey is enhanced by a perfect sphere of ice. Create your own at home with Cocktail Kingdom's ice ball maker, which turns square cubes into slow-melting, two-inch balls of ice.
Cool Hunting Rough Cut: The Ice Ball
We recently had the chance to taste The Hakushu, a 12 year old single malt made by Suntory Whisky. In the process we became enamored with their use of a hand carved ice ball. To learn more we visited The Summit, a bar in New York's Alphabet City...
Hario vs. Toddy
Cold brewed coffee is smoother, less acidic and exceptionally more tasty than dumping ice into a steaming hot cup of coffee. By relying on time rather than temperature the results are much more concentrated. To see which of the more well known cold...
Cool Hunting Store: Ice Jacket
As summer heat takes over here in New York, we're reminded of the clever Ice Jacket bottle chiller. The Ice Jacket is a little easy-to-use device that suspends a bottle of your favorite liquor in a frozen sheath, lending a frosty aesthetic and...
Soccer Ice Ball Maker
For the ultimate World Cup party accessory, this ice-maker adds novelty to drinks and—thanks to its slower-melting spherical shape—won't water them down. Using an aluminum mold (much like Macallan's sphere machine), the device uses heat...
Whether trekking miles in the Grand Canyon with a six-pack or adventuring in the backyard, these coolers offer as many ways to enjoy a cool drink as there are places to sip them. The Cool Bottle ($35), a simple frosted decanter, comes in perfect...
Two artists separated by a continent—Ap Verheggen and Nasser Azam—recently completed independent climate-based projects, each using weather to indicate the outcome. Verheggen, who calls Holland his home, installed the first in a series...
Névé Luxury Ice
by Julie Wolfson Preferring the word barsmith over bartender, Michel Dozois takes the mixed drink to a whole new level with his invention of NeÌveÌ luxury ice. On hand for the opening of major L.A. bars such as Church and...
Gin and Titonic Ice Cube Molds
Nothing shakes up a cocktail party like talk of tragedy, and there may never be a classier catastrophe than the Titanic. With that in mind, the clever folk at Fred & Friends designed the perfect conversation piece with Gin & Titonic. It'...
From the Archive: Okamoto Studio
Takeo Okamoto, an established sushi chef in his native Japan discovered his calling for ice sculpture and moved to the iciest place he could think of, Alaska.; Art; Cool Hunting Video; interviews; sculpture; Takeo Okamoto, an established sushi chef...
Ice in a Can
It's summer. And hot. According to Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, there are an increasing number of teen and preteens who getting hyperthermia (advanced state of heatstroke). The condition occurs when the body absorbs more...
Rosendahl Ice Scraper
It's about 18Ëš Farenheit (-8Ëš Celsius) in New York todayâ€”those of us who live in areas with cold temperatures, snow and ice storms know how delicate and ineffective most scraper/brushes are. Made of stainless...
Cool Hunting Video Presents: Okamoto Studio
Takeo Okamoto, an established sushi chef in his native Japan discovered his calling for ice sculpture and moved to the iciest place he could think of, Alaska. Winner of several international awards, including a Silver Medal in the 1998 Olympics...
Fittingly in time for winter, Lapland's famed Icebar is making its way to London's decidedly fashionable Heddon Street later this year. Joining the ranks of the world's most absurdly ambitious clubs and lounges, this 1,000 square-foot...