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How to Carbonate and Bottle Cocktails - Ruban Bleu #2 17 Feb 2014
9:32 am

Love the idea Perlini CopyCat Hack I want to try carbonated cocktails and spending $100-$200 on a Perlini is a bit too spendy, since I already have a home carbonator setup. http://www.ourfoodshed.com/blog/2012/1/27/302-Bubbles-To-Booze-A-Look-At-Carbonated-Cocktails ...Other recipes available if you google: Perlini carbonation recipes , or carbonated cocktails The Perlini is made of Lexan-plastic and opens to reveal a wide-opening to add ice That got me thinking about using a BPA-Free Lexan-plastic wide mouth Nalgene Bottle I google around a bit and found that others had used Nalgenes as "pressure vessels" either with dry ice (for fruit) or compressed air Compressed Air + Nalgene http://forums.watchuseek.com/f71/poor-mans-pressure-test-chamber-does-sound-feasable-273326.html Dry Ice and Fruit + Nalgene http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-Carbonated-Fruit/?ALLSTEPS PVC pipe as a CO2 pressure vessel + how to make your own home carbonator... http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-carbonate-nearly-anything-make-your-own-ca/?ALLSTEPS I am going to make my own Perlini-style drink shaker with a 1-1.5L Nalgene bottle and one of the stainless valve stems sold on ebay see: "Tubeless stainless Tire Valve Stem straight" Similar to the previously mentioned Compressed Air + Nalgene and I will likely put the valve in the cap so I have an easy to work with flat surface that is replaceable, if needed.

Negroni Carbonated 17 Feb 2014
9:33 am

Love the Recipe and how much you like the concept of carbonation- Inspiring Perlini CopyCat Hack I want to try carbonated cocktails and spending $100-$200 on a Perlini is a bit too spendy, since I already have a home carbonator setup. http://www.ourfoodshed.com/blog/2012/1/27/302-Bubbles-To-Booze-A-Look-At-Carbonated-Cocktails ...Other recipes available if you google: Perlini carbonation recipes , or carbonated cocktails The Perlini is made of Lexan-plastic and opens to reveal a wide-opening to add ice That got me thinking about using a BPA-Free Lexan-plastic wide mouth Nalgene Bottle I google around a bit and found that others had used Nalgenes as "pressure vessels" either with dry ice (for fruit) or compressed air Compressed Air + Nalgene http://forums.watchuseek.com/f71/poor-mans-pressure-test-chamber-does-sound-feasable-273326.html Dry Ice and Fruit + Nalgene http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-Carbonated-Fruit/?ALLSTEPS PVC pipe as a CO2 pressure vessel + how to make your own home carbonator... http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-carbonate-nearly-anything-make-your-own-ca/?ALLSTEPS I am going to make my own Perlini-style drink shaker with a 1-1.5L Nalgene bottle and one of the stainless valve stems sold on ebay see: "Tubeless stainless Tire Valve Stem straight" Similar to the previously mentioned Compressed Air + Nalgene and I will likely put the valve in the cap so I have an easy to work with flat surface that is replaceable, if needed.

Carbonated Cocktails - Jim Romdall 17 Feb 2014
9:31 am

Perlini CopyCat Hack I want to try carbonated cocktails and spending $100-$200 on a Perlini is a bit too spendy, since I already have a home carbonator setup. http://www.ourfoodshed.com/blog/2012/1/27/302-Bubbles-To-Booze-A-Look-At-Carbonated-Cocktails ...Other recipes available if you google: Perlini carbonation recipes , or carbonated cocktails The Perlini is made of Lexan-plastic and opens to reveal a wide-opening to add ice That got me thinking about using a BPA-Free Lexan-plastic wide mouth Nalgene Bottle I google around a bit and found that others had used Nalgenes as "pressure vessels" either with dry ice (for fruit) or compressed air Compressed Air + Nalgene http://forums.watchuseek.com/f71/poor-mans-pressure-test-chamber-does-sound-feasable-273326.html Dry Ice and Fruit + Nalgene http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-Carbonated-Fruit/?ALLSTEPS PVC pipe as a CO2 pressure vessel + how to make your own home carbonator... http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-carbonate-nearly-anything-make-your-own-ca/?ALLSTEPS I am going to make my own Perlini-style drink shaker with a 1-1.5L Nalgene bottle and one of the stainless valve stems sold on ebay see: "Tubeless stainless Tire Valve Stem straight" Similar to the previously mentioned Compressed Air + Nalgene and I will likely put the valve in the cap so I have an easy to work with flat surface that is replaceable, if needed.