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Is it necessary to store vodka in the freezer?

post #1 of 38
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When I drink vodka, I drink it in warm tea.

Given this information, should I be storing vodka in the freezer?

Everyone I know stores it in the freezer, so that was the assumption I was going with, but they were also serving it cold.

thanks for the info head-fi
post #2 of 38
Does the store keep its vodka in the freezer? No. It really makes no difference, since it's not going to freeze, anyway. Room temperature works well.

Oh, and that sounds tasty, although I can't drink anymore.
post #3 of 38
I generally prefer cold vodka to lukewarm vodka. But I don't drink vodka anymore.

Gin is a good friend of mine. Gin is great. You should try Gin.
post #4 of 38
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I generally prefer cold vodka to lukewarm vodka. But I don't drink vodka anymore.

Gin is a good friend of mine. Gin is great. You should try Gin.
Tanqueray is good. But as you can tell, OP, Gin makes people behave like Rain Man.
post #5 of 38
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right now I am on a pretty big green tea + rasberri absolut kick.

loving it warm =)

it's also great for those nights when you cannot sleep, I am only ~135 lbs so even a little bit makes me pretty sleepy
post #6 of 38
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Tanqueray is good. But as you can tell, OP, Gin makes people behave like Rain Man.
I behave like Rain Man normally, gin just makes me feel accepted.
post #7 of 38
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right now I am on a pretty big green tea + rasberri absolut kick.

loving it warm =)

it's also great for those nights when you cannot sleep, I am only ~135 lbs so even a little bit makes me pretty sleepy
If I'd known you drink that sh*t, I'd never have given you advice... .
post #8 of 38
Grey Goose, Chopin, and Russian Standard were pretty good. I couldn't drink absolut mixes *shudders*
post #9 of 38
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Grey Goose, Chopin, and Russian Standard were pretty good. I couldn't drink absolut mixes *shudders*
Don't forget Ketel One, which some prefer over all others. And I thought Stoli and Skyy weren't god-awful. Then again, I got pretty ***ked up quickly, so I can't really remember the specifics.

I primarily don't like the flavored vodkas because I'm a purist. And secondarily, they taste like piss.
post #10 of 38
I prefer my vodka cold. You don't need to keep it in the freezer, but it saves having to chill it when it comes to drinking time.
post #11 of 38
I heard that subjecting vodka to numerous heat cycles aids in the burn-in process.
post #12 of 38
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I heard that subjecting vodka to numerous heat cycles aids in the burn-in process.
I heard it was actually multiple consume/expel cycles with same substance that aids burn-in process while you listen to pink noise.
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I heard it was actually multiple consume/expel cycles with same substance that aids burn-in process while you listen to pink noise.
Yea, it goes:

Drink vodka --> urinate --> drink urine --> urinate... and so on. Eventually you will be drinking purified water, if my non-calculations are correct. The pink noise makes you ears bleed, so you can use the blood as an additive, making the water pink. I heard this process is how they make Absolut Raspberry Vodka... except my version has color, so it is more authentic. Oh, except mine has no alcohol, which could be a damper for some people. Shoot, I'm not much of a mixologist. I should crawl back under that rock like Bear Grylls and drink my own urine (wait, he actually just wore a urine-soaked shirt as a hat... my memory is failing badly).
post #14 of 38
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Yea, it goes:

Drink vodka --> urinate --> drink urine --> urinate... and so on. Eventually you will be drinking purified water, if my non-calculations are correct. The pink noise makes you ears bleed, so you can use the blood as an additive, making the water pink. I heard this process is how they make Absolut Raspberry Vodka... except my version has color, so it is more authentic. Oh, except mine has no alcohol, which could be a damper for some people. Shoot, I'm not much of a mixologist. I should crawl back under that rock like Bear Grylls and drink my own urine (wait, he actually just wore a urine-soaked shirt as a hat... my memory is failing badly).
This would be a good time to make fart jokes.










but that would be in poor taste.
post #15 of 38
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This would be a good time to make fart jokes.










but that would be in poor taste.
You disrupted the cadence of this thread by waiting so long to respond. Must've been a booty call... Canada style. (That's where the inferior lover is on top, btw.)
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