swizzle stick


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swizzle stick

a small rod used to agitate an effervescent drink to facilitate the escape of carbon dioxide
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A company in Texas sent us a pricey four-color press kit (including CD-ROM) in the hopes of getting us to write about their tropical-theme ice buckets and their hot new "bee whirligig swizzle stick set.
A swizzle stick that changes colour when placed in contaminated beverages is already available but at pounds 7 is too expensive for widespread use.
The new Swizzle Stick, which can detect 46 different drugs, works like litmus paper, changing colour if the drink has been tampered with.
And then, of course, continue to be the person stirring the swizzle stick that moves this thing along over time.
So I was rather perplexed to be invited on a girlsonly holiday to such places, and to be promised five-star pampering, classy cuisine, cocktails without a naked woman on the swizzle stick and sightseeing that didn't make my eyes pop out.
One local cocktail pioneer is Lu Brow, the "bar chef" for Cafe Adelaide & the Swizzle Stick Bar, a contemporary Creole restaurant run by another branch of the Brennan family within the 285-room Loews Hotel.
A GUITAR-SHAPED cocktail stir for Hard Rock Care, a surfboard swizzle stick for Disney World and countless more styles for other restaurants and casinos are all made in Indiana.
As a band, 22-20s have distilled the spirit of rock 'n' roll, added a stiff dash of British blues, and put The Stones on a swizzle stick to make the most intoxicating cocktail a heady rush that excites from the first, searing chord.
The Swizzle Stick will work like litmus paper and change colour if a drink has been spiked.
The festival offers more parties than you can shake a swizzle stick at, starting with the opening night After Party Jan.