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Review: W&P Design Peak Ice Works Ice Trays

Review: W&P Design Peak Ice Works Ice Trays

W&P Design brings innovative products to food and drink-iverse. They carry an assortment of products from "carry on cocktail kit" to "homemade hot sauce kit" to "innovative ice trays" and more. 

Internal Steel Frames
Peak ice trays are designed with a unique internal steel frame to create a superbly stable tray for filling and transfer.

Independent Cubes
Tired of struggling to get ice out of your old trays? Peak ice trays feature freestanding, independent cubes, with an easy-release matte finish. 

Protective Lids
Peak ice trays include protective silicone lids to block out pesky odors from your freezer and make stacking your trays a breeze. 

Everyday Ice Tray
Makes twelve ice cubes for your everyday beverage needs.
Cost: $12.00

Crushed Ice Tray
Thin molds create the perfect crushed ice.
Cost: $12.00

King Cube Ice Tray
Makes four extra large ice cubes to keep your drink colder, longer. 
Cost: $12.00

Verdict: Loved the peak blue (looks more like a lavender?) color available for these ice trays! Isn't it gorgeous? With independent cubes design, I was easily able to get the ice out of the tray. It's made from silicone thus allowing my ice cubes to slide out. Highly recommend the everyday and king cube ice trays. The crushed ice tray is supposed to be used for creating the perfect crushed ice but I didn't find it as useful as the other trays. As I was pouring water into the tray, it splashed all over. I think it's because the molds were so thin. Overall, I loved the trays and even made cute matcha ice cubes with strawberry hearts.

This post is sponsored by W&P Design but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

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