The idea became reality one Easter when his niece handed him a plastic Easter egg. Caesar realized that if he drilled a hole in the top of the empty egg and filled it with water he could create an egg-shaped piece of ice – applying this concept to a circular shape eventually lead to the invention of The Whiskey Ball.
The blend of science, functionality and form that helps The Whiskey Ball sell to a large audience was made possible by Caesar’s philosophy of creation. Fear hinders the creative progress, and Caesar’s trademark progressive iteration is only possible by overcoming that fear. For Caesar, it’s better to push an idea out into the world to see if it can survive than to hold onto something with a misguided belief that it must be perfect before it’s public.
As an inventor and entrepreneur with a day job, Caesar continues to face unique challenges. He remains inspired and motivated by a passion for creating and selling products that people can use and enjoy.