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Posted on Apr 17, 2013

Alcoholic Dippin' Dots Are Real

This is not a trap.

It has recently come to our attention that...

ICE CREAM

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BOOZE

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LIQUID NITROGEN

ALCOHOLIC. DIPPIN'. DOTS.

No, really.

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D.C. bartender Brennan Adams invented this method for turning boozy ice cream into "Cryo-Spheres" (Dippin' Dots wouldn't let him call them Drinkin' Dots, which, ugh, because that's a GREAT name) and Gizmodo has an explainer on how you, too, can create this magic.

Basically, you drip melted ice cream or ice cream base (including booze) into a vat of liquid nitrogen.

Which is VERY VERY COLD.

And then (carefully) spoon out the frozen dots.

And then experience the "hangover of the future" for yourself!

Cool, guess I know what I'll be subsisting on all summer and for the rest of my life.