Turn Your Ice Ball Press Into a Conversation Piece

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Your bar or restaurant needs every advantage it can get in a highly competitive market. You have to stand out from the crowd to keep customers coming back, and that means adding value to your products. An ice ball press is one way to do that. Today, Spirits On Ice explains how to turn an ice ball machine into a conversation piece that gets customers talking about your establishment and excited about your drinks.

Add an Ice Ball Press to Bar Decor

Place your ice ball press in a prominent location on your bar. The shiny metal, your bar’s logo on the side, and sturdy construction get people asking questions about the stylish decoration. See how many questions your bartender gets about the ice ball machine in one night, even when it’s not in use. Your staff can then suggest drinks to make with the ice ball press.

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Use Your Ice Ball Press Regularly

Your staff knows how to make plenty of signature cocktails with ice. Train your bartenders to use the ice ball press regularly. The process takes just 60 seconds, and it’s part of the show of making a high-quality cocktail. If your staff needs to work during ice ball production, a bartender can shift to pouring a glass of wine or opening a bottle of beer. You blend performance with a time-saving device.

Talk When Using an Ice Ball Press

Part of a bartender’s job is to engage with customers. It’s not just about the drinks, your brand is also about the service. A Spirit Ice Vice ice ball press gives you 60 seconds to talk to your customers about their drink preferences while it forms perfectly round ice balls. This also presents an opportunity to answer questions patrons may have about Spirit Ice Vice and ask them questions about what drinks they like. Customers just might order that drink at some time in the future.  

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Get Creative with Your Ice Ball Press

An ice ball press gives you a chance to get creative. Use fruit juices instead of plain water for fruity cocktails that are served cold. The slow melt of the juice gradually changes the flavor of the drink over time. Talk to patrons about how this process works while you’re making a fruity ice ball.

Contact Spirits On Ice About an Ice Ball Press

Here at Spirits On Ice, we love talking to people about how our ice ball press can elevate a bar or restaurant to new heights. Call us at (513) 932-1250 or contact us online to start the conversation.

Owners of Spirits On Ice

Meet the Owners of Spirits On Ice

Kent & Kim Coomer are the husband and wife team behind Spirits On Ice. The Coomers purchased D&E Machine Company in 1990 before turning it into Spirits On Ice, the manufacturer of the Spirit Ice Vice ice ball press. Kent’s background is in custom-machining items out of metal, while Kim has decades of management and relationship-building experience. Together, Kent and Kim engineer a high-quality machine that quickly and efficiently creates customizable ice balls for drinks. The ice ball delivers more than a clear way to chill a beverage. It provides an experience for your guests, whether at home, in a restaurant or bar, or at the 19th hole of the golf course.

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