Brita Fliltered Vodka = Smooooooth Vodka

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Brita Fliltered Vodka = Smooooooth Vodka
« on: 17/06/2005 13:37:34 »
Found this doing a google and found it be very interesting indeed and amusing. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did..

Its about a group of young scientists experimenting with a water filter and cheap and nasty vodka, turning it into smooth and palatable hang over free vodka by using a Brita water filter jug, passing it through several times to achieve a completely different vodka.

Thinking about trying it with some rather dodgy whiskey etc to see if I can improve the quality of the nasty undrinkable stuff that's been in the cupboard for years [:)]



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Re: Brita Fliltered Vodka = Smooooooth Vodka
« Reply #1 on: 19/06/2005 09:03:35 »
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Originally posted by Andrew K Fletcher

Found this doing a google and found it be very interesting indeed and amusing. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did..

Its about a group of young scientists experimenting with a water filter and cheap and nasty vodka, turning it into smooth and palatable hang over free vodka by using a Brita water filter jug, passing it through several times to achieve a completely different vodka.

Thinking about trying it with some rather dodgy whiskey etc to see if I can improve the quality of the nasty undrinkable stuff that's been in the cupboard for years [:)]



http://www.ohmygoditburns.com/wordpress/index.php?p=4




Wow Wow Wow

I just filtered a bottle of undrinkable Sloe vodka from Prague, give to me by a supposed friend. It is the worst spirit I have ever tasted, and considering I made my own distillery during early 20ís, Iíve tasted some pretty mean stuff in the past, but this one takes some beating (R. JelineK Moravska Jvetska 40%)

I passed it through a clean filter 5 times as described in the link, after first flushing the new filter out with water to remove traces of carbon.

This vodka is now one of the best I have ever tasted. So smooth itís unbelievable nice, slides down like milk from the breast.  As they say in Russia ďNostroviaĒ, sorry but not smashing the glass in the fireplace, saving it for another vodka.

Andrew [:)]



"The explanation requiring the fewest assumptions is most likely to be correct."
K.I.S. "Keep it simple!"
Science is continually evolving. Nothing is set in stone. Question everything and everyone. Always consider vested interests as a reason for miss-direction. But most of all explore and find answers that you are comfortable with