EverCrest Message Forums
You are not logged in. Login or Register.
Topic: Infinity Bottles
Rodent King
Stabbed in the Eye
posted 11-20-2018 06:52:25 PM
Just heard about this concept; though it's been around a while in various circles.

Essentially you take an empty bottle and add a certain kind of alcohol to it. Whiskey, gin, scotch, etc. work well. Then as you finish other bottles of the same kind of alcohol, you add the last few pours into the Infinity Bottle.

Over time you create your own blend that changes as you keep adding different flavors to it. People create lists of the alcohol added to it, and because you never let it run out; you'll always have a tiny bit of all the different pours still in the mix.

This longevity gives its namesake, and some have turned it into a sort of family heirloom over time.

Has anyone tried this? Have tips to get started?

My inner child is bigger than my outer adult.
Suicide (Also: Gay.)
posted 11-24-2018 09:18:15 PM
Heart Attack
posted 11-25-2018 09:03:12 AM
I've seen people do the same thing with hot sauce. It's also similar to the solera method for wines.

But I have to admit I've not thought of it for liquor. Seems it could go pretty badly wrong over time.

To reign is worth ambition, though in Hell:
Better to reign in Hell than serve in Heaven.

--Satan, quoted by John Milton

posted 11-25-2018 01:00:36 PM
Yeah, we have this here, although I call mine "my stomach".
Road Warrior Queef
posted 11-26-2018 01:44:03 PM
One time, as part of a weekend bachelor party, I poured a little bit of every liquor in my cabinet into a flask, including absinthe and a cask-strength single malt. That disgusting concoction became the penalty for coming in last during a brief Mario Kart tourney we were having before we hit the casino. One guy actually liked it, wound up drinking half the flask in about an hour.

In a move that surprised no one, he wound up pissing down the heater of the hotel room at some point in the middle of the night.

That's the American Dream: to make your life into something you can sell. - Chuck Palahniuk, Haunted

Under capitalism, man exploits man. Under communism, it's just the opposite. - John Kenneth Galbraith


All times are US/Eastern
Hop To: