Today’s Friday Links will give you some great tips for Summer vodka projects and treats. Did you know the lines on a solo cup can help you measure alcohol?
The Daily Mail reports on New York rooftop bar Loopy Doopy’s summer concoction: Vodka Popsicles. A vodka-infused fruit puree is frozen to form a popsicle, then dropped in a shallow glass of prosseco white wine.
Sweet Paul gives a short how to on spiking a watermelon with lime vodka. Basically, you cut a hole for a funnel and fill that baby up. He says to give two cups of vodka two days to absorb into the mellon. Keep it refrigerated, of course. When it’s done, cut it up and serve it.
The Keg Works Blog has a really neat project to turn a watermelon into a keg. They suggest a different alcohol, but you can substitute vodka. You need only cut the top off, make a hole for the shank and faucet, scoop out the innards to make a vodka puree (if you want), and fill it back up. I really want to try this.
If you’re doing some traveling (especially to Las Vegas), Exec has a list of some, erm, cool ice bars you might want to check out.