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Posted: 6/8/2003 7:27:11 AM EDT
I got a few bottles of diffrent alchol in the cabnet for the last 6 months or so. How do you store your alchol in what and try for what temp. I got irish creme, wild turkey and a few other things.
Link Posted: 6/8/2003 7:34:00 AM EDT
Most ALCHOHOL can be stored at room temperature. I've always stored my bottles of ALCHOHOL on top of the fridge or above the pantry cabinets. Check the labels, I'm not sure, but the Irish creme might need refridgeration. Otherwise, keep the caps screwed on tight and that should be all. And remember, you're not an alchoholic. Alchoholics go to meetings.
Link Posted: 6/8/2003 7:44:32 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Matthew_Q: Most ALCHOHOL can be stored at room temperature. I've always stored my bottles of ALCHOHOL on top of the fridge or above the pantry cabinets.
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"Alcohol" Main Entry: al·co·hol Pronunciation: 'al-k&-"hol Function: noun Etymology: New Latin, from Medieval Latin, powdered antimony, from Old Spanish, from Arabic al-kuhul the powdered antimony, from kuhl kohl Date: 1672 1 a : ethanol especially when considered as the intoxicating agent in fermented and distilled liquors b : drink (as whiskey or beer) containing ethanol c : a mixture of ethanol and water that is usually 95 percent ethanol 2 : any of various compounds that are analogous to ethanol in constitution and that are hydroxyl derivatives of hydrocarbons
Link Posted: 6/8/2003 11:28:35 AM EDT
room temp is fine for spirits. as for irish cream, it'll curdle after about...say...a year open at room temp, so you're probably fine.
Link Posted: 6/8/2003 11:49:12 AM EDT
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