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Serving

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Our crystal-clear craft ice elevates every drink it’s introduced to. When served properly, these slow-melting, impurity-free cubes allow you to craft beautiful, delicious drinks. Discover the best way to serve your Block Ice.

Cube Selection

Ensure you’re choosing a cube size that’s appropriate for the beverage. Many bars and restaurants find it convenient to have a selection of Block Ice cube sizes on hand. Options include:

  • Trophy – This tall, narrow cube is an excellent choice for keeping highball drinks cool.
  • The Orb – These slow-melting spheres are an excellent choice for drinks served on the rocks and cocktails served in a lowball glass. 
  • The Snug Cut –  This rectangular ice cube fits snugly inside short tumblers, making it perfect for slimmer lowball glasses.
  • The Block – This 2" cube is the perfect way to elevate old-fashioned or other drinks in a low tumbler glass. 
  • The Average Block – This 1.75" cube is ideal for many cocktails and glassware, helping you create a not-so-average beverage experience.
  • The Baby Block – Our smallest artisan ice cube, this is the perfect choice for small sips of whiskey, scotch, and other spirits.

Our retail variety packs include a selection of our most popular cuts so that you are always ready to serve your drinks over the right ice.

Pouring Your Drink

To serve your Block Ice, don’t drop your cube into a full glass. For maximum benefit and to maintain the integrity of the cube, you’ll want to begin with a tempered cube set into a glass. Fill the glass up to the level of the Block Ice for maximum chill and minimal dilution.

If you have Block Ice that is stamped with a custom stamp for your restaurant, bar, wedding, or event, it’s important to pour your drink around the sides of the cube, not directly on top of the cube. Pouring to the side ensures your stamp remains legible to guests and customers.