Here Are 10 Epic Drinks Your Science Teacher Should’ve Taught You How To Make


Are you a gin and tonic kind of gal? Or maybe ┬árum and coke lovin’ dude? Most people have their favorite cocktails that they enjoy after work or on the weekends — or maybe you’re a bit adventurous and like to try new things, not stay with the same old comfort drinks again and a again.

That’s where molecular mixology comes in! With molecular mixology you can drink a drink, or smell a drink, or infuse a drink, or even vaporize a drink for a cool new way to get your buzz on. They’re beautiful and weird, and they taste pretty good, too. It’s a whole new way to explore flavor and taste, with crazy variations on old favorites as well as brand-new cocktails appearing everyday. And they’re pretty fun to make, too! Here are nine chemistry-inspired cocktails to try at your next party.

1.) Inside-Out Bloody Mary

Do brunch justice with this unique take on a Bloody Mary. Make your Bloody Mary mix first and freeze it in ice cube trays. Pour vodka over the cubes and as the ice melts, the ingredients mix right before your eyes! See the in-depth details here.
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