How come noone's had this brilliant idea on a commercial scale? I mean we have fridges these days with computers in them and rfid readers that can call our phones and tell us to pick up milk, and NOONE's come up with different dispenser options on Fridges? We can send a man to the moon, but something important like this?
It never occured to me before. But it's cool.
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Originally Posted by 45_70sharps
Scotch on the rocks without the rocks to melt and ruin my good scotch.
When I add a fridge to my bar, I'm shopping for one with a water dispenser, used of course.
Though there is the question of if the freezer gets cold enough to actually freeze the scotch and not just make a scotch slushy. I know many people who keep cheap vodka in the freezer and it only gets thicker. Scotch is the same proof as vodka so I do not think it will freeze.
Here's the question for our chemists... how much water would you need to add to your scotch ice cube slushie to actually have the entire mixture freeze into a solid cube, that you could then put into your glass of fridge-dispensed scotch for a legit scotch on the rocks with scotch rocks?