I’m not picky with my alcoholic beverages – anything beyond two ingredients is pretty much a soufflé. But some folks are of the more adventurous type. For those people these new “molecular mixology” recipes are not only delicious but also incredibly cool looking. They’re scientifically guaranteed to spice up any party.
The mojito is a sweet drink. But these egg-looking thingies are even better. They’re made with calcium lactate glucinate and take 24 hours to make. Check out a recipe here.
Ah, the bloody mary. Nature’s evidence that last night got a bit away from you and yes, you do plan on wearing those sunglasses during brunch because its is really bright in this restaurant. To make this cool inside-out version, freeze the BM mix in ice cube trays and then to pour the vodka over them. Check out the process here.
This is a tougher one. To make this drink, you first must freeze the sphere. Then you inject the cocktail into it with a syringe. Here is the guide.
This drink is made with frozen kaffir limes that have been cut like shot glasses and infused with lime tequila, making it a nice metaphor for that girlfriend of yours who really needs to slow her roll. Check out the recipe.
Using gin, lemon juice and simple syrup you too can make this grown-up version of Jell-O. Take your jello-shot game up a notch with this how-to guide.
To make these guys just combine gelatin with your martini and freeze it. For more details on that, go here.
Bacon. This one has bacon in it! And bourbon! Get to making it here.
This sangria has a special touch that defies gravity. Check out how to make it.
The ingredients of Galliano, orange curaçao, and cream seem to indicate it will taste better than actual candy corn. Save this one for next Halloween!
“You know what this martini needs? Dry ice, man. DRY ICE!” If those words have ever come out of your mouth you should give this one a go.
This sci-fi drink is made from Irish cream, peppermint schnapps and grenadine. Just drink it or our alien overlords will get angry.
Some of those are quite a bit of work but would be a huge hit at parties. Still unsure about that cocktail sphere thing… do I need a mallet to drink it?
Share these fun drinks with your friends see if they’ll be nice enough to make you one!