Titanic Ice Cube
[1] Something new in ice cubes: the Titanic hits the iceberg (photo courtesy The Caveman’s Guide).

 

We have a quirky sense of humor. When we saw this quirky—some might say macabre or tasteless—ice cube mold, we had to have it.

The mold makes cubes in the shape of the H.M.S. Titanic and the iceberg it unfortunately encountered.

We like to keep surprising our guests, and these did it. We’re not so sure they’ll have the same impact the second time around, but there are always other guests.

The shapes will be most noticeable in clear drinks: gin and tonic, Sprite, and the like.

You can also use them for:

  • Chocolate- and candy-making
  • Jell-O shots
  • Jell-O garnishes for other desserts
  • Non-food molds
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    Two molds, a total of eight ships and eight icebergs, are just $ 7.99.

    We found them in The Caveman’s Guide which sells them on Amazon.

      


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