How can you keep your liquor cold without watering it down? Sheath the bottle in ice so the booze stays icy-cool fresh without dilution.
Pure alcohol freezes at -114C, pure water freezes at 0C. Combine the two in various ratios and you get varying freezing points — run-of-the-mill 80 proof vodka, for example, freezes at around -35C which is significantly colder than the freezing point of water. How can you roll that tidbit into something to bust out at gatherings? Watch the video below:
Sure you could just keep your high-proof liquor sitting in your freezer, but for those times you're away from the kitchen and want to keep your liquor chilly with a bit of flair, the ice-wrapped bottle is tough to beat.
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Frozen Bottles! [Instructables]