it is great i just did it and my peach tastes more like peach....its kool to put it in the freezer....
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I'll unfreeze my bottle of coffee flavored tomorrow and let you know how it taste.
I can't tell if people are doing this, doing it without knowing it's a good idea or what. So, if you're going to store in a fridge or freezer, put the bottles in another container so when you remove them, the condensation will form on the outer container and not the bottle itself. Old camera trick.
Edit: And of course let it come to room temp before you open the outer container.
Last edited by fjames; 07-25-2009 at 03:47 AM.
I feel that when i do it, I get more of a throat hit..... Plus there is more of a crisp flavor....
Another thing... I have 2ml in a syringe and when i fill it with that it doesn't taste that great (its in the freezer to)... So out of the dropper bottle and pulling the stuffin n filling the cart a lil first it gives good taste.... I don't know but that's just me.... Anyone Else???
Ok, I am new to this, but have a neighbor who is not. Here is his solution for no AC in hot climates. He uses a cooler. He has about 500 mils or so of juice. He is usung a cheap plastic cooler from walmart that is designed to hold a 12-pack of soda. He also has 2 gel freezer packs. These are the kind you would freeze over night and put in your lunchbox to keep your lunch cool. THey are about 6 inches square and 1 inch thick. THis is now it works. He keeps all but the bottle he is using in the bottom of the cooler. He puts one frozen gel pack on top with a washrag in between so as not to get any of the bottles too cold. Every morning he switches the gel packs. He has been taking temps 4 times a day for the last week just to test. He has been averaging 62 degrees pretty constant. This may work for all who need a cheap solution.
Note: It has been over 100 degrees here for the last 9 days. And his cooler is still keeping 62 degree average.