How to elevate your cocktails with W&P Ice Molds

Mar 1, 2023by Sierra Lewis

image of drink in a glass on a marble counter, ice cube and orange slices visible

Are you looking for a refreshing and easy-to-make cocktail to enjoy at home? Look no further than the Paloma cocktail! Made with citrus, sparkling water, and a natural sweetener, this cocktail is perfect for sipping on a hot summer day. And with the W&P Cocktail Ice Mold, Prism, you can add a touch of elegance to your drink with crystal-clear ice cubes.

A cocktail glass on marble tabletop

To make a Paloma cocktail at home, you will need:

  • 2 oz of tequila
  • 1 oz of fresh orange juice
  • 1/2 oz of natural sweetener (such as agave nectar or honey)
  • Sparkling water
  • W&P Cocktail Ice Mold, Prism
  • Optional garnishes: grapefruit wedges, lime wedges, and salt

Here's a video example:


  1. Begin by filling the W&P Cocktail Ice Mold, Prism, with water and place it in the freezer. Allow the mold to freeze completely, which typically takes about 6 hours.

  2. Once the ice cubes are ready, you can begin making your cocktail. In a shaker, combine the tequila, orange juice, and natural sweetener. Shake well to combine.

  3. Fill a glass with ice cubes from the W&P Cocktail Ice Mold, Prism. Then, pour the tequila mixture over the ice.

  4. Top the glass with sparkling water and stir gently to combine.

  5. If desired, you can garnish the cocktail with grapefruit or lime wedges and a sprinkle of salt on the rim of the glass.

Enjoy your delicious and refreshing Paloma cocktail! It's made even more special with the crystal-clear prism ice cubes from the W&P Cocktail Ice Mold. This mold is perfect for creating ice cubes that are both functional and beautiful, elevating your cocktail experience at home.

In conclusion, making a Paloma cocktail at home is a fun and easy way to enjoy a refreshing drink on a hot day. With the addition of the W&P Cocktail Ice Molds, you can create beautiful and functional ice cubes that add a touch of elegance to your cocktail. So, gather your ingredients, mix up a batch of Palomas, and raise a glass!

To make ice spheres, you can also check out W&P - Peak Single Sphere Mold

black sphere ice mold 

Video by Emily T, inspired by this recipe

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