We’ve been here before, but this time we have some new orange liqueurs to try out, so let’s do a taste test!
We previously looked at how to add foam to the to the Trump, but honestly, not very many kitchens are stocked like that of the primary testing facility.
This presidential election cycle we are attempting to design two theme drinks that will be consumed on election night. Last week we determined the ratio of primary ingredients. This week we tested possible methods for giving the drink a frothy head to represent Trump’s trademark hair.
Here at Doing Science to Stuff headquarters we are quite fond of themed drinks. For presidential elections we like to make two drinks, one for each candidate. We then take a sip from the appropriate candidate’s drink whenever a state is called for that candidate. While we have a couple basic recipes in mind, there are some parameters that need to be fine tuned. In this installment we will be optimizing a ratio of ingredients for the drink to represent Donald Trump.
Despite being all ready to do science in honor of National Margarita Day (Feb 22), we were stymied by a late (read that non) delivery of a crucial supply. Plan ahead for your science (adult-sized and of legal drinking age) kiddies.
Most of us have them always handy, but is a two finger pour always a good idea?
When consuming iced beverages, it casually seemed that ice would disappear at different rates depending on the beverage. What happens when we actually test this?