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How to use Dry Ice in Halloween Drinks: Video Tutorial | All Called Catering

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How to use Dry Ice in Halloween Drinks: Video Tutorial

Bubbling, smoky effects are a must have for Halloween. We’ve all seen creepy, smoky rooms but what about smoke right in your cocktail glass? It’s possible with dry ice. When dry ice mixes with warm water it creates smoke and bubbles just a bit. This can be a wonderful effect for your cauldron of witch’s brew or right in your cocktail glass (but be careful not to put whole pieces of ice in your mouth!). This is a simple trick that creates an effect with a huge “wow” factor.

Dry ice can be magnificent but you must use it carefully and properly. Always wear protective gloves when handling dry ice and always keep it away from children or pets.

In this tutorial nexAir shows us how to safely use dry ice in Halloween drinks.

 

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