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Sorry rumtscho that is incorrect. Alcohol will completely evaporate, what does stay "forever" is the flavor the spirit will impart but chemically ethyl is evaporative, to test my posit try wiping some rubbing or high proof vodka on a glass surface and you can actually watch it evaporate. The "How" depends on the recipe in e.g., deserts usually @ the end or ...


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Margaritas in restaurants are typically made by combining the ingredients in bulk in what amounts to a slushie machine; the machine uses a refrigerated cylinder with an impeller that keeps the liquid inside moving and the sides clear of ice, while the refrigerant cools the cylinder below freezing. The result is a suspension of small ice crystals in liquid. ...


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I've frozen bottles of vermouth many times. There is no issue with just letting it thaw out in the normal way. In fact you can wait until it's partly thawed, give it a good shake, and hey presto, vermouth slushy, which goes in some cocktails rather well. Fortified wines do slowly oxidise on exposure to the atmosphere, but this is greatly slowed by the ...



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