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Bong Water Drinks Are Tastier Than They Appear
The beverage industry is getting more creative in incorporating smokers’ and alcoholics’ fantasies. One of the latest inventions that has caught our eyes is the bong water drink. Yes, you read that right. We have drinks named after the disgusting liquid from a used smoking bong.
However, the name should not discourage you from trying the drinks. Sure, the drinks have no odor or taste close to their namesake, but they taste like fruit Roll-Ups or the Long Island Iced Teas.
What makes drinkers suspicious at first is the weird looks of this cocktails, prompting the question of whether someone put some dirty bong water in there. But rest assured, the lack of an attractive appearance should not be mistaken for weakness.
Besides, you can make the juices from home to prove that the color is legit and hides no dirt. Follow along to learn everything about bong water drinks. But first, let’s understand the bong and its water.
What is A Water Bong?
A bong is a smoking device used to smoke dry herbs such as marijuana and tobacco. Like a smoking pipe, the bong’s primary function is to filter your hits and keep the smoke cool. However, the bong is larger than a pipe since it has a chamber to store water. Other parts of a bong include the downstem, bowl, mouthpiece, percolators, and ice catchers.
Notably, the bong’s water chamber is sometimes called the base or the vase, depending on the bong you use. For example, a beaker bong is a pipe with a beaker-shaped base to hold more water. Modern bongs have different forms and shapes of water chambers, including avocados and skulls.
You must pour in the water until the downstem is fully submerged for the bong to function. Then place your dry herbs on the hole and light up, inhaling gradually at the mouthpiece’s tip. The smoke will move from the bowl to the water chamber through the downstem, where it’s filtered and cooled down.
The filtration process is crucial as it prevents unwanted resin and chemicals from reaching your throat. Besides, the cooling ensures that the hit goes deep into your lungs. It’s also worth noting that you can enhance the filtration and cooling by using a bong with several water chambers, percolators, and ice catchers.
How To Treat Dirty Bong Water?
Now that bong water is meant for filtration, all the harmful elements, including fungi and bacteria, remain in the water and could emit an odor or change color with time. If you’ve used a bong before, you know the smell the water leaves behind when it spills on your carpet.
For this reason, dirty bong water should be drained into the sink immediately after smoking to avoid further contamination from stagnation. Avoid drinking or watering plants with water from a used bong, as that would be risky and counterproductive.
We have seen questions on whether dirty bong water can make someone high. Luckily, we have a safe alternative using the same name that can give you the feeling you crave.
What Is the Bong Water Drink?
A bong water drink is a sweet cocktail to quench your thirst for dirty bong water. In fact, one drink called the “dirty bong water” earns its name from the purplish and muddy greenish colors that resemble those found in a used bong water.
Of course, the name wouldn’t attract the masses, but it delivers in quality and flavor. The cocktail combines flavorful liquors with rum to come up with something pleasantly buzzing and smooth.
How To Make Dirty Bong Water
You don’t need special equipment to make dirty bong water at home. Simply get these ingredients ready;
- Amaretto Almond Liqueur
- Chambord Raspberry Liqueur
- Sweet and Sour Mix
- Blue Curacao Liqueur.
Then follow the steps below.
- Fill a glass with ice.
- Add one ounce of the ingredients and stir each at a time.
- Feel free to garnish with a cherry or a straw.
- You may use a shaker if you need more effort to mix all the liqueurs.
If you want to make a more complicated version of the dirty bong water cocktail, consider adding one ounce of amaretto, lime juice, Blue Curacao, lemon juice, spiced rum, or raspberry liqueur.
Are There Other Bong Water Drinks?
Most drinks associated with or named after the bong water follow a similar recipe with some tweaks here and there. However, you can still get creative with different ingredients and some touches of juice. As you think of incorporating different tastes, beware of drastic changes in taste.
Bong Water Energized Soft Drinks
This bong water drink is designed to cool your throat as if you just took a hit. Notably, the soft drinks are sugar-free to keep you healthy and knock you into the brain drain when you least expect it. Unlike alcoholic beverages, the bong water energy drink keeps you socially cool without violence and disorder. You can buy the soft drink packaged in stylish long-neck bottles at a store near you or online.
Drink Healthy Bong Water Drinks
Dirty water from a used bong is the last thing you’d want to drink or spill on your garments. The color is disgusting and emits a foul smell, hence the need to wash the bong regularly.
The drinks we’ve discussed here only share the name of what you’re left with after using your bong but have nothing in common. The cocktails are incredibly refreshing, giving you the smoothest aftertaste. So, why not surprise your guests with dirty bong water this season and beyond?