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"Stainless Steel Cocktail mixer" - By Miriam (USA)
I am a little bit new to the whole cocktail thing. However, I went out with some friends about 2 weeks ago and one of them had told me about a class she took on how to make great cocktails. I have to admit that I always let my husband make the cocktails in our house, but as a foodie I was intrigued. I did some reading on line and found this fancy definition of what a cocktail shaker really does: A cocktail shaker is a device used to mix beverages (usually alcoholic) by shaking. When ice is put in the shaker this allows for a quicker cooling of the drink before serving.
A shaken cocktail is made by putting the desired ingredients (typically fruit juices, syrups, liqueurs and ice cubes) in the cocktail shaker. Then it is shaken vigorously for around 5 to 10 seconds, depending upon the ... full review
This is a large wine glass, but I was expecting a GIANT wine glass. This one does hold a whole bottle of wine, but it's one of those mini bottles, 750ml. I need a glass that holds a standard size bottle, 1.5l or a whole six pack of canned wine.
It does attract attention and occasional comments when I'm driving to work in the morning drinking my breakfast Beaujolais.
My cousin Kim Mullican, is an author and even sells her books here right on Amazon! I got this for her as a gift, for getting her books published! She absolutely loved it and presented it in a video of hers on you tube!
Like the title says, it works great for soap making. The hole on top is big enough to pour melt and pour soap through, if you're careful enough. If you do get some runoff, you can peel it off and remelt it.
I wish it was semi transparent so I can see how far I filled it.
I was tired of tasting butane, so I decided to finally get health conscious about my smoking habits (as ironic as that is...). I have no complaints about this wick, here are the facts:
1. It burns consistently. I don't have any issue with it going out unexpectedly, unless I'm jerking it around. 2. It burns at a lower temperature. This is noticeable in two different ways; the flame is not blue, which all you chem 101 kids will know indicates a higher temperature (I'm looking at you, butane). Secondly, my preferred method of putting this out is with my finger. Normally I get annoyed with putting out candles and such with my finger, but I can't even feel it with this wick. 3. It tastes...better? I wouldn't say that I notice a taste, but I notice a lack of ... full review