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Does Clear Ice Really Make a Difference?

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  • Publicado em 6 Dez 2021
  • Does Clear Ice Make a Difference in Your Drink?
    In the previous episode where I made a Clear Ice Diamond, I mentioned that Japanese bartenders use clear ice since it chills drink better and dilutes slower. So I needed to test it myself.
    In my warm room, I prepared one clear and one cloudy cube with a weight of 102 grams.
    Added 2 oz | 60 ml of Jim Beam Bourbon and stir them both 20 times. Let it sit there for 10 minutes. The cloudy ice temperature was 39.9°F | 4.4°C And in the Clear ice 36.7°F | 2.6°C weight difference was 7 grams.
    I used a pour tester, and it showed that the difference was 1/4 oz | 7.4 ml
    Japanese video I mentioned in the video!
    Ice Diamonds in Cocktails
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Comentários • 2 242

  • Vlad SlickBartender

    INSTAGRAM @VLADSLICKBARTENDER

  • Seth “Machete” Demeter

    Yo man I’m not going to lie, I know absolutely nothing about bartending, but your voice is EXTREMELY easy to listen to, so I’d believe anything you’d tell me

  • Maximilien Robespierre

    "On average a drink is being consumed in 15 to 45 minutes"

  • GreenGriffon

    Japanese Professional ACTUAL Bartender: Uses clear ice for X reasons.

  • Ragnár Lodbrøk

    When you have a PhD in bartending

  • Umbro
    Umbro  +1

    Its almost as if the guy knew what he was talking about more than the people in his comment section. How wild.

  • Francisco Ramírez

    It's really awesome that you come up with a whole lab experiment to back your words up 👌🏼

  • Whisper XK

    This man's a chad, instead of arguing he showed us.

  • Ethan Simard

    This guy's voice is absolutely sexy

  • acechan69

    his voice is so calming

  • Josh Christiane

    The question is not whether it makes a difference or not, there is more air in cloudy ice so naturally it will stay less cold and dilute faster due to its lower density. The real question is whether it makes enough difference to actually matter practically speaking, and the answer to that is also yes. It matters because it looks better, and a drink that looks better tastes better, same principle with food. Though I'm partial to metal ice balls anyways, so it's a moot point for me.

  • Chaplain_Valen

    You remind me of an old neighbour who was a really great person because of your speech, keep it up.

  • NCVV2000

    WELL DONE YOU! BACKED UP YOUR INFO GOOD N PROPER 👍👍

  • Mystical Creature

    As an ice eater, i like to eat cloudy ice better. The crunchiness is so sastifying for me 😂

  • Ty Ty
    Ty Ty  +5

    I have no idea what this man is talking about, nor do I under stand drinks or how to make them, but he’s got a calming pretty voice so I watch his vids everytime they appear 😭

  • Shawn Wright

    It's not a mistake ✨it's a Masterpiece ✨

  • Austin Lee

    From my limited knowledge of chemistry and physics, the cloudy ice has a less perfect crystalline structure, so there are more air pockets, therefore, less dense.

  • Ted Timmis

    I gave up alcohol for lent but I’m enjoying your videos. Looking forward to trying your various tips.

  • Boris Bombacow

    Wow Nade King sure has changed his content.

  • Leo Productions

    I never succeeded in making clear ice, but It still looks cool in a drink. Lov the vids, but im missing the old vids D: