Ice spheres/balls are popular because their smaller surface area means slower melting, hence less watery dilution of your cold beverage, but they’re also just really fun. The ice ball supposedly originated in cocktail bars in Japan, and is now a bar trend in certain circles in the states. Still, it was such a pleasant surprise to find one in our Kyoto cold-brewed iced coffee this morning at Ma*velous, our neighbor. 

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