I have been using a coffee frother to mix up my juices and I am wondering if this is good to do I question it because I have to wonder if my flavors are being muted or
"damaged" ( for a lack of a better word) I noticed Wayne from DIY or Die says he don’t use a frother any more and in a you tube video I saw on mixing/steeping a guy
did a test with 5 different ways of mixing and steeping and determined the test bottle
that was frothed tasted to be one of the worst tasting after I mix up my recipe I put the bottle in a cup of water heated to about 120 degrees ( +/- a few degrees)
for approx. 15 mins then I use the frother until it it turns white am I killing my flavors with this method ? So many of my mixes are turn out weak in flavor i don’t get all taste of the ingredients in the recipe… any thoughts or suggestions out t there would be
really appreciated so far after a one year of DIY most of my juices are less that great getting frustrated. here is the link to the video I mentioned:
Speaking of frothing, I was using a Badger for frothing but could only use it in larger bottles that had a wide mouth opening. After watching some of DIY Vapors videos I kept seeing him using a different style of hand frother, when I looked it up on Amazon I seen how cheap it was and purchased one, it has a nice small wand that easily fits into 15 and 30ml bottles… just saying.
EDIT: I just noticed the price has gone up, I paid a dollar less than this 3 or 4 weeks ago.
I would like to point one thing here…
Frothing a warm mix will hurt (it is itsy to break the molecular structure of the mix or say distort it when it is warm)
Frothing a normal (room temp) mix won’t hurt. But if the ratio of the mix is above 80 vg then to froth it you need a strong blender which might not go into the tiny bottles which is a downside if you say but not for me.
(psst keep Mr. Nic out of this, he hates when you make him to meet Mr. Oxy