Making your own soda

Last but certainly not least, is just downright fun to make your own soda creations. Drink the same old boring brand name gets old. Remember when the gourmet soda company Jones Soda came out with a flavor called "Pavo sauce '? Yes now you can create the next crazy flavor

It can not be so easy ... Right?

When it comes to drink no taste, no doubt, many in the market, If you've ever seen one of these programs on "how things are done" and drew a soda factory is likely to believe that large corporations can only churn out a great tasting drinks. Although there are literally hundreds of different flavors of soft drinks, the truth is that most soft drinks share the same core parts of the carbonation, the flavor and sweetness. It really is. Of course, how big is your soda taste depends on what method you use, and a number of factors such as a gas (gas), such as water and how you like the taste of soda.

Gettin "bubbly" with him!

In order to make a great tasting drink will carbonation. To put it simply, there are two ways to achieve carbonation, which will not break the bank. The first option is to simply buy a bottle of mineral water in your local supermarket and mixed with the ingredients chosen. It can be simpler than that. With that said, this method may increase over time. If you plan on making more consistent soda may be better to use a machine that can carbonate your tap water instead. Carbonate can also dry ice, but this method is not recommended because it can be very dangerous if not done properly.

Here comes the new "flavor" in your root beer

Ok now that you have your method of carbonation is the time to start thinking about different ways to flavor your water with gas. You can then add at least two parts of your taste or more depending on your desired taste. This combination of heat until it begins to boil then turn off heat. Let this sit for about 30 minutes and then transfer to a container and stick it in the refrigerator. With regard to gas ratio of water to flavorings will have to decide by choice, but 2-3 ounces of syrup to 12 ounces of water with gas is a good place to start. The key here is to experiment with different combinations of flavors and see what can happen. Make it fun, and who knows maybe you get to the next big flavor of soda.

This shortens the learning curve and you can certainly experiment and still reach many recipes.

Just to give you an idea of ​​what you can do with premade flavors here are a couple of recipes that can be created with Soda stream Soda Mix flavors to get you going in the right direction:

Shirley Temple

Sodastream Ginger Ale 8 oz

1 1 / 2 oz. Grenadine or maraschino cherry juice

Maraschino cherries

Pour cherry juice or grenadine over ice. Add Ginger Ale and serve with a cherry on top!

Berry Dream

Sodastream 4 oz cranberry and raspberry

2 oz light cream

1 / 4 cup strawberries, raspberries or blueberries in syrup

1 cup ice

In a blender, puree ice cream and berries until smooth and creamy

Pour into a bowl and add baking

Very special treat: Serve in a martini glass, garnished with a sprig of mint and fresh berries.

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