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Water or squash first when making squash drinks? Watch

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    a) Squash first, then fill with water
    88.12%
    b) Water first then top up with squash
    11.88%
    c) Simultaneously pour in squash whilst filling up with water
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    It depends. I have been known to drink Morrisons' squash (not double concentrate) neat on occasion. But I'd say it's a 40:40:10 spilt in water first/squash fist/same time.
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    I look forward to the more important poll on tea and milk.
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    (Original post by barnetlad)
    I look forward to the more important poll on tea and milk.
    Not sure if serious.

    That thread was done last week as well. Go check it out in food and drink.
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    It's obviously choice A.

    But, even if you DIDN'T do choice A, who on EARTH would do choice C? That's just psychopathic.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    It's obviously choice A.

    But, even if you DIDN'T do choice A, who on EARTH would do choice C? That's just psychopathic.
    Choice C would probably result in errors with the concentration of the drink, i.e. make it too strong! :doh:
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    Wrong. Squash first, because there's less of it he water mixes it thoroughly. Sod pattterns I want a consistent flavour throughout.
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    I have to add too. Surely this is something we all mastered at an early age based on our individual preference. I always pour the exact amount of squash the add water. Simple.
 
 
 
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