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    Sprinkle, sparkle, sip... Do it by putting 'dust' in your drink.

    That's how SPIRDUST, describes their product. They say you can use SPIRDUST® in mixed cocktails, iced cocktails, or plain shots! For single servings Add SPIRDUST® directly to your drink by sprinkling a few pinches in your cocktail, beer, wine or spirits glass and stir. For larger quantities simply add between 0.1g and 0.7g of SPIRDUST® per liter of liquid such as cocktail mixes, spirits, juices or liqueurs that you use to create your alcoholic beverages. --- We saw this at a press event and asked about safety. Spirdust said all colors sold meet the standards of the US FDA and Health Canada. It does not change the taste of your drink. All Spirdust products are nut free, gluten free, lactose free, and vegan. Individual colors are $5.50 each, 4 for $19.99, or 6 colors with martini shaker for $33.99. (Prices as of 9/21/18). The company says each1.5g jar can make shimmer for approximately 45 drinks. As you'll see in this show, we didn't get anywhere near the results the company did. You'll see both of their videos and our video in this week's show.  

    Company website: https://thecocktailcountess.com/


    See or hear this episode: www.gizwiz.tv/episode/1693

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