The Best Ways To Keep Your Drinks Ice Cold This Summer

By Andrew Liszewski on at

After the wettest June on record and a less than impressive start to July, the wonderful British summer is off to a characteristically slow start. However, in the name of stoic British duty, its Wimbledon time and that means its time to start drinking outdoors.

And since nothing beats an ice cold drink in hand, here are some of the best ways to cool your beverage of choice while you huddle under a tourist's umbrella.

 

The Best Ways To Keep Your Drinks Ice Cold Today

How To Make Ice Cubes Shaped Like Tiny Baby Heads

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The Best Ways To Keep Your Drinks Ice Cold Today

Make Tonic Ice Cubes to Keep Cocktails Flavorful, Tasty, and Chilled

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The Best Ways To Keep Your Drinks Ice Cold Today

Use Richard Branson's Severed Head to Cool Your Drink

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The Best Ways To Keep Your Drinks Ice Cold Today

Over-Engineered Trays Create Crystal Clear Ice-One Cube At a Time

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The Best Ways To Keep Your Drinks Ice Cold Today

The Barbuzzo Ice Straw Tray Makes My Head Hurt-and Not from the Brain Freeze

Sometimes adding functionality makes things less useful. Do my snacks really need to be both Sweet and Tart? No. Just like my drinking straw doesn't need to also be an ice cube. More »


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