Where I live, none of the windows in my house get a lot of moonlight (at least not for very long), so I have been just setting my bottles out in my yard in a spot where they will get as much moonlight as possible. However, as the winter months approach, I don't think that setting glass bottles of water out in the snow would be a very good idea. I fear that the bottles will break from the ice forming in them. And even if the bottles don't break, my moon water will still be frozen solid. It seems frustrating to me if I have to wait for my moon water to thaw before I can even use it. I am wondering if anyone has any tips or ideas for how to make moon water in the winter without running into this issue. And putting salt in it isn't really an option since I like to put some moon water in my tea. Any thoughts on this would be helpful.