Using Dry Ice For Drink Effects — Showing you a DIY on how to use dry ice for your Halloween drinks for a foggy effect.
If you’re missing the glitter and rainbows of my regular posts, don’t fret. They’ll be back next week!
For now, I’m going to teach you how to safely use dry ice for drink effects like creating the illusion of fog for my last Halloween trick.
It’d be a smoking hit and the great thing is that dry ice won’t alter the taste of your cocktail.
Instructions To How To Safely Use Dry Ice For Special Effects
There are two main points to remember about dry ice. Always buy the food grade dry ice. And secondly, never ever touch it!
As long as you don’t come into direct contact with dry ice and are using the food safe version, then you can use it in drinks, punch, as fog machines, etc. The list goes on and on.
The warmer the liquid that you’re dropping the ice into, the more fog that you’ll get.
Bust up the dry ice block by lightly dropping the bag on hard ground a few times. We recommend wearing googles just in case.
With a pair of tongs, drop in small chunks of dry ice fo each beaker jar, cocktail glass or punch bowl. It will immediately begin to fog.
Keep the remaining dry ice in a small cooler, and replenish the ice as the fog dies down.
And for those of you wondering how to make the colorful scientific flask, just fill it with mineral oil and sprinkles.
I covered the top with press and seal paper and ribbon so no one would try and drink it!
Dry Ice Safety Precautions
Sugar & Cloth is in no way encouraging the misuse of dry ice. Though dry ice can be safe when used and handled properly, you are using it at your own risk.