Carving a luge
A luge is a piece of ice that liquid runs
through or on. The liquid usually ends up in either a cup or going
right into the guests mouth. We caution against having the liquid
go right into a mouth for sanitary purposes. Having the guests
interact with the ice creates energy at the event that other ice
carvings cannot provide.
The luge will generally chill the liquid a little
bit; however it is recommended that the bartenders pre-chill the
liquid for a better effect. When setting up a luge warn the
employees against pouring liquid through the luge until it has fully
tempered. Pouring too soon can result in the ice cracking from
thermal shock. Almost any carving can be turned into a luge in a
few quick steps.