Filtering Cheap Booze For A Top Shelf Taste

A bunch of vodka-crazed bloggers (or ‘scienticians’, as they style themselves) have figured out that filtering the cheapest vodka available six times makes it taste better than the good stuff. If you use a stock Brita filter jug (like the one i have at home, hmmmm) the process takes about two hours.

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  1. Red Wolf

    22 March 2005 at 4.42 pm

    It’s nice to see them using their genius for good instead of evil. Am well impressed


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