Most home made ice cubes look like these:
They’re cloudy, weak, and melt quickly in your drink.
Thankfully, the folks at Gizmodo have supplied us all with a handy guide for creating the perfect, rock hard, crystal clear ice cubes. Phew!
Their step by step process is involved, but effective. We’d add an even easier first step – start with pure, filtered water. Minerals in your water make for cloudy, nasty tasting ice cubes.
BTW, we’ll be happy to solve your nasty water problem for you, at pennies per glass.
(Find out how here.)
However, it seems that even perfect water isn’t quite enough – there are a couple of tricks to doing it right. Here are Gizmodo’s instructions for making the perfect, rock hard, crystal clear ice cube. Just make sure you’re using Culligan water. Better water = better ice cubes. Pure and simple.
What You Do
(Prep Step: Make sure you have plenty of pure Culligan water on hand. If you don’t, give us a buzz at (518) 618-2072)
1. Get a small, insulated cooler you can fit inside your freezer.
2. Get plastic molds. You’ll use these to freeze your chunks of ice. The blue molds in the video are 2 x 2 x 5 inches; if you want cubes, look at these.
3. Put the molds into the cooler, arranged into lines.
4. Fill the entire cooler with pure, filtered Culligan water… [read more]