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Large Ice Cube Trays, Not Rubber?

zackly | Sep 10, 202005:10 AM     15

I like big ice cubes when I'm drinking whiskey. I bought silicone ice cube trays a couple of years ago that makes cubes approximately 1 1/2" square. I find the rubbery taste/smell of the ice cubes so pervasive that it interferes with my enjoyment of a cocktail. Here's a possible solution to my problem but I wanted my CH friends to vet. This ice cube tray is metallic. It looks flimsy but the Amazon reviews are good. $21.00 is 4X what I paid for the silicone trays but they need to go. Any opinions/ Thanks!

Amazon.com: RSVP International Endurance Stainless Steel Large Ice Tray, 6 Cubes Does Not Absorb Odors or Over Dilute Perfect for Scotch, Whiskey, Broth, Fruit Juice and more Dishwasher Safe: Kitchen & Dining

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