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fizz

the bubbly quality of a drink; effervescence
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"Is it naturally carbonated water, from the icy springs of somewhere exotic, ideally in South America, or perhaps Antarctica, fresh from a lake into which mountain streams trickle their water, formed from the purest melted snow, given an additional sparkle by passing through mineral springs whose natural fizziness comes from volcanic gases?"
Place the lid very loosely on the jar so the build-up of carbonation doesn't pop the lid (as an alternative, cheesecloth secured with an elastic band works well} and allow it to sit at room temperature for twenty-four to seventy-two hours, tasting it a few times to see when its taste and fizziness are to your liking.
There isn't a song that's presented in its entirety here, and the footage that does make it through editing is often indifferently shot, and chopped and reconstituted in such a way that the irresistible fizziness of Perry's best songs ("Teenage Dream," "Hot N Cold") is drained flat.
The wine is fairly light in body, has excellent mousse (fizziness) and pleasant fruit, and is quite dry.
Once opened, does one brand of soda keep its fizziness longer than others?
The young white wine is the ideal complement for meals, and its fizziness and lightness makes for a great summer beverage.
The fizziness was just about right and it was nice and fruity, tasting more of sweet ripe red apples than the tangier green ones.
Biting into a pear that had been in a cooler chilled with dry ice, he sensed an unusual fizziness in the fruit.
As a last-ditch effort to save a batch that shows no signs of fizziness after a few days at room temperature, add an extra pinch of yeast.
The gin gives the drink an extra fizziness, hence the name.
A number of readers recommended adding two or three raisins to guarantee fizziness. This makes a gallon of "fresh" root beer.