Introduction: How to Instantly Chill Any Drink!
Hi, today Im going to show you how to instantly cool down any drink! Its super easy, fun and its a great life hack that you can use in hot summer weather. The only thing that kind of sucks is that the bottle is small and you can't fit a lot of your drink into it, but that's easily fixed by doing this only with a larger bottle. Only it will take longer to freeze. : /
Step 1: Stuff You'll Need
Let's start by gathering our materials:
-Plastic water bottle with cap
-Drink that you want to chill
-Drinking glass or cup
Step 2: Preparation
Start by filling the plastic bottle with cold drinkable water to the top and screwing on the cap.
Place the bottle in your freezer and maker sure the cap is on tight.
Wait until the water in the bottle completely freezes.
Take the bottle out of your freezer and open the cap.
Wait for the ice to melt a little so that there is a little gap between the walls of the bottle and the ice.
Now pour hot tap water in the bottle so the ice melts faster.
When you're done, look at the second picture of the water bottle. That's about how much ice there should remain.
Fill the glass about halfway with your drink and pour the drink through the funnel and into the bottle.
As you see, about half of the glass fills the bottle up to the top of the sticker on the bottle, so results will vary according to how much room there is between the ice and bottle.
Remember, you can always add more drink to the bottle if so desired.
*The drink gets cold in seconds because the space between the ice and bottle is so thin*
Now close the cap on the bottle tightly and flip the bottle upside down 2 times.
This is better to do quickly so that the ice wont have time to melt into your drink and ruin the taste.
Take the cap off of the bottle and quickly pour the drink into the glass and its ready to serve.
Make sure the bottle is more or less dry and put it back in the freezer so that the ice won't melt. Thus you can reuse it as many times as you want!
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