Science of Cocktails


5 Responses to “Science of Cocktails”

  1. phillamb168 says:

    @HarveyBoing I love those slips – they’re so very old-school newspaper to me. I know a lot of people do this, not just old fedora-ed newspapermen smelling of booze and printer ink, but the ol’ “line o’ type or two” and other notes-to-self are so neat.

  2. DrBetty says:

    This was an AWESOME event! Truly unique, creative and exceptionally well run! We had a wonderful time sipping fantastic drinks, and playing with all the Exploratorium activities. The presentations were terrific too. Hope the museum does this every year!

  3. HarveyBoing says:

    15 Romolo’s Scott Baird’s concoction of [add the drink] was at the top of my list.

    Did you forget to “add the drink”? Or is the actual name of the concoction “[add the drink]“?

    Inquiring minds want to know! :)

  4. ameta4 says:

    I’d love to hear any recipes/tips that were given in the “Anatomy of a Hangover” presentation…

  5. rain_globule says:

    I just tried the trick with the forks and the toothpick and it worked! It took a few minutes to get it to balance but it worked and it is awesome. I’m proud of myself and I probably got a little more excited over this than one should.

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