Having enjoyed a good whiskey for a while I recently discovered the joy of large sized ice cubes in a good whiskey! They melt much more slowly leaving but a hint of water in your whiskey. After visiting a friend with a fancy large size ice cube maker I wondered what it would take to make a sweet giant icecube.
And this is the solution... a small sized solo cup!
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Step 1: Solo Cups
get a few small sized, 8 ounce cups.
Step 2: Fill to the L
The l on the inside of the cup is a good fill marker for water.
Step 3: Freeze It!
Yep just put it in the freezer... right next to your frozen chicken nuggets!
Step 4: Enjoy
Running a bit of hot water on the end of the cup helps release the cube from the cup. Then just pop it in your glass and enjoy.