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Take any bottle of soda, and get it to freeze on command! This "super cool" trick works with cans of soda as well.
This project was inspired by the viral YouTube video: "How to Chill A Coke In just a second!!" and the process of nucleation was inspired b...
The anomaly of "self freezing soda" has been observed by many people, usually by accident. Some people put a soda in the freezer to chill it, but the...
To get this effect, I shook up 4 bottles of 500mL (16.9 oz) soda in a freezer set at -24ºC (-11ºF) between 3:15- 4:00 hours. The longer they are in, t...
Once you've iced your soda, try pouring it into a glass to see how slushy it really is. It has a consistency similar to that of a Slurpee. It's actu...
If you try pouring your supercooled soda into a regular clean bowl, or glass, it will just look like regular soda. Now drop a flake of ice, or ice cu...
I also experimented with 2 litter bottles, and had great results freezing them between 4-5 hours. The whole bottle slushifies in an instant if you sha...
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How about making gin ice cubes and then adding the tonic to it? Or maybe just put the gin in the freezer until it is very cold (and it gets a bit syrupy) and add the tonic to that.
Hmmm, sounds like I'm going to have to do some experimenting here.
That would be rather difficult. You do know that the antifreeze additives for motor car fuel is alcohol based? Back in the 70s when I lived in Chicago I regular used a can full every time I "filled it up". Even on some days when the temp hit -20 I never had a problem starting my car at the first attempt.
I did this by accident with a 64oz bottle of coke back in 85 - 86.
I had it sitting outside the Gard shack for chilling. When I opened it and released the pressure; instant slush. After which I kept it in the shack to warm up.
So let me see if I have this right?
The bottle blew it's top!
Pun, obviously intentional.
Awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wish that happened to me when I tried.
It also works with beer in cans.
It is so obvious and nobody said it.
This Instructable is...wait for it... ...Is SUPERCOOL!!!
I just put it in the microwave and set the timer to a negative number.
Love it!!! You come up with amazing things. That's why you're the King!!
Can it be done with a glass bottle, or would the bottle burst?
Quote .....'Glass bottles are not recommended, as the ice expands when freezing and can shatter the glass explosively'.
As stated in the Instructable glass is NOT recommended. The drink will try to expand while freezing and the glass MAY break making a mess or worse. A plastic bottle is the safest choice. Never try to freeze water or milk in a glass bottle.
Can anyone figure out how long it takes with a 250ml mini bottle of zero Coke?
Can you do it with a soft drink?
cool it in the fridge first
well a little secret that i have found to work is that if you get your drink then cool it down in your fridge first then put it in the frezzer it should work a little better. and i set my freezer to -2 degrees fahrenhiet and it happened to a thing of juice concentrate
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