Here’s How To Make Alcoholic Bubbles
Sorry, children, these bubbles aren’t kid-friendly.
Remember how fun it was to spend a summer afternoon blowing bubbles in your backyard when you were a kid? You could spend hours perfecting your technique, attempting to blow the biggest bubble possible, then chasing it around to try to catch it.
Next time you have people over for an afternoon of grilling or hanging by the pool, you can recreate that childhood joy and add a little kick to those bubbles.
A new product called BubbleLick lets you turn any beverage into bubbles. That means you can have vodka bubbles, champagne bubbles, beer bubbles – whatever you can dream up.
Need some bubbly inspiration? Why not spice up your next Taco Tuesday gathering with some margarita bubbles? All you need is tequila, orange liqueur and lime juice.
Here’s a recipe for killer margarita bubbles:
1. Add two parts high-quality tequila to one part Cointreau or Grand Marnier and one part freshly squeezed lime juice.
2. Shake it up with some ice, then pour it into the BubbleLick bottle, shake it gently, dip your wand in and start blowing those boozy bubbles.
If you prefer your margaritas with a salted rim, try salting the bubble wand.