Once a satisfactory amount of resin has come loose, pour out the alcohol and sea salt. Once you’ve cleared most of the resin from your bong, downstem, and bowl, use warm water to rinse them off. Lightly shake the bong as you rinse to wash away the remaining resin.
Before you reassemble the bong, rinse each piece thoroughly to make sure you don’t have any alcohol left over. If you find any residual resin after rinsing, repeat each step until it is flushed out. If you have a bong with extra filters or other features that make some areas harder to reach, try using pipe cleaners or cotton swabs. Remember, a well-made bong can last a lifetime, but it needs regular maintenance to fully function. The more you clean your bong, the less frequently you’ll have to deep-clean it. The information contained in this site is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as medical or legal advice. You know that thing that deer love for some reason, but your Uncle Teddy is supposed to be cutting down on? The stuff you secretly add to homemade soup, and inadvertently gorge on in canned soup? It’s the difference between a greasy hot potato stick and a wonderful French fry. And yes, you should be putting it in your cocktails.
We’re not talking about that chunky Margarita salt rim; we’re talking about the judicious addition of some NaCl to a whole bunch of your favorite cocktails. (Though if you think about it, it’s strange we’ve only recently begun thinking about salting our cocktails when that Margarita rim seems to work so well.) Salting cocktails isn’t new—certainly not in the industry. Bartenders have been shaking salt into their cocktail shakers(or more often dropping it via solution)for several years now, and we have intrepid experimental bartenders like Kirk Estopinal and Maks Pazunkiak to thank for that. These New Orleans-based bartenders started playing with salt years ago—Estopinal made a cocktail called The Search for Delicious with Cynar, and wanted to “season” the artichoke flavor in the Cynar with salt. Another bonus of adding salt to a drink with a bitter digestivo like Cynar: salt can help suppress bitterness. Where does salt get its pronounced ability to…well, pronounce flavors? Estopinal and Pazuniak found their answers French chemist/chef in Hervé This’ book Molecular Gastronomy: Exploring the Science of Flavor . Among other things, salt “increases the ionic strength of aqueous solutions”—meaning water-based—“making it easier for odorant molecules to separate themselves from food.” Basically if you put salt into a broth, or another water-based solution (say, a cocktail?), it’ll free aromatic compounds, giving you more overall flavor. Experiments have shown that salt actually masks bitterness better than sugar (it can even apparently make tonic taste like “sugar water”). This is why you should add salt to your coffee and to that sugar you’re sprinkling on your grapefruit (basically salt is part of a balanced breakfast). It’s also why salt works so well in Campari-based cocktails, or anything else made with a partially bitter ingredient. Salt won’t stamp out bitterness entirely, nor should it; in a cocktail, bitterness provides edge, structure. But salt will temper bitterness, meanwhile bringing out other aromatic compounds and—bonus points—gently amplifying acidity. Before you salt a cocktail, you should bear in mind, just like with any other kind of seasoning you’re doing, quantity matters. As for what cocktails are prime candidates for sodium chloride? But as with salt use throughout history and the world over, it’s a matter of taste. Salt will temper some of the bitterness of the Campari. More acidity for salt to play in (you can make it with gin or vodka) Gin and Tonic. Salt will suppress some of the bitterness of the tonic. Not only the creation of the awesome Ada Coleman, but like a Negroni with Fernet, a great ingredient for salt to play around in. We believe in helping you find the product that is right for you. AliExpress carries wide variety of products, so you can find just what you’re looking for – and maybe something you never even imagined along the way. If you are interested in enail, AliExpress has found 293 related results, so you can compare and shop! Try finding the one that is right for you by choosing the price range, brand, or specifications that meet your needs. Our selection of brands is always growing, so chances are your favorite is on AliExpress.
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