If a little LN coated the cubes, it would just sublimate in a few seconds. Cool effect and slightly clouded glassware. Your frozen gin cubes would not turn into some kind of lethal frozen weapon. Once they were out of the LN environment, they would instantly work at becoming the ambient temperature and that happens very fast. If a cube hit your tongue, nothing would happen since the cube and your tongue are nicely warm and wet (comparatively). From a physics point of view, there's a huge difference between a gin ice cube and a frozen metal stop sign. ;)
Feel free to make awesome party drinks - you'd be in more danger driving to the party than you would be playing around with gin ice cubes. :)
Like most things, dose is everything. 2500 gallons of LN is one thing, flinging around a half a cup is something else. :D
I saw it. and i got the impression that it didn't necessarily mean good taste...just creative presentation.
There is a reason that only 5% of cooks use LN in cooking, it's a pain in the fucking ass and you don't get a lot of food
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