Bedford, New Hampshire (PRWEB) August 02, 2014
Beat the summer heat with IceLiners (http://www.iceliners.com) and a favorite beverage. IceLiners uses a simple silicone mold to create an ice-lined glass to keep your drink wonderfully cold. The innovative product simply uses a glass, water or juice, and a silicone mold. The result is a cool, unique and creative way to enjoy tasty refreshments.
Dan Kana, inventor of IceLiners, states that IceLiners are "perhaps the coldest and simplest way to enjoy your favorite cocktail". As a former bartender, Dan learned that people wanted a chilled glass, they wanted it shaken hard, and they wanted ice crystals ﬂoating on the top. Why? Because they wanted it cold. IceLiners provides an experience where the last sip of any martini is as good as the ﬁrst. This ice-lined glass will typically last 35-45 minutes, keeping a drink at near-freezing temperatures.
The beauty of IceLiners lies in its simplicity. A glass, some water, and a creative mold that lines the glass with a thin layer ice. Simply secure the mold onto the glass, ﬁll with water using the easy pour in spout, and place upright into the freezer. Once frozen, remove the silicone mold, and be ready to enjoy the IceLiners experience.
An exciting new product deserves a cool product launch. Dan Kana and Helix Design have launched a Kickstarter campaign (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1905411155/iceliners?ref=nav_search) to raise manufacturing funds. The forty-day campaign just became active July 30th. Backers can contribute at a range of rewards levels, starting at just $25. Rewards include complete product kits of glasses and silicone molds.
Dan Kana has been a practicing dentist for 25 years. He founded Northeast Mobile Dental Service, which provides on-site dental care to nursing homes in NY, VT, NH.
HELIX DESIGN (http://www.helixdesign.com) assisted in the development of IceLiners. Founded by multi-patent owner Joe Schappler, Helix Design has accrued a long list of awards and prestigious achievements to its credit over it's twenty-plus year history.