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What weighs more water or alcohol?

Water is more dense than alcohol or oil because its molecules can pack closely together, which means that it has more mass in the same volume than either alcohol or oil.

Why is alcohol stronger at the bottom?

In both situations the bottom has a stronger concentration of alcohol when the drink isn’t stirred enough to fully mix. If its a mix drink, its because you poured your alcohol in before your mixer. Liquids take a long time to mix relative to how fast you drink your drink.

Why do liquor bottles have that plastic thing?

Yeah, it’s called a spill guard and it’s to make it easier to pour shots.

Why can you drink more alcohol than water?

Alcohol is a diuretic. It causes your body to remove fluids from your blood through your renal system, which includes the kidneys, ureters, and bladder, at a much quicker rate than other liquids.

Why do you hit the bottom of a Buckfast bottle?

When I got home I was advised by my flatmate to elbow the bottom of my bottle – some say that it entwines all the sediment, giving the drink an overall better flavour, while others suggest it is done to provide shards of glass in the bottle to cut your throat and let the drink hit you harder.

Why is Buckfast illegal in America?

Where Buckfast really packs a punch is in how much caffeine it has: a single 750ml bottle has 281 milligrams, or around as much as 10 cans of Coke. It might well be illegal in the U.S., where the Food and Drug Administration has banned drinks that combine alcohol and caffeine.

What does cracking the bottom of a bottle do?

The dictionary of phrases says it simply means opening the bottle of liquor or spirits. It is believed first recorded in a play “School for Wives” and it was in reference to opening a bottle of wine to share.

Do you drink Buckfast cold?

Irn-Buckfaster Cocktail Ingredients Use chilled Buckfast, put it in a high-ball with ice.

Is Buckfast dangerous?

The National Secular Society – which works to challenge religious privilege – says Buckfast Tonic Wine is dangerous. It is particularly popular in Scotland where it is known as ‘Buckie’ and been linked to 6,500 reports of antisocial behaviour and violence in just two years.