Who could ever forget Starbursts? The amazing candy that would stick to your teeth so you could enjoy it later. Why don't we give this a go?
We start with a pack of Starburst. Nothing too special, this pack just cost my $2.00 from the "convenience" store.
I went through and separated them all by colour, just to see what we would be dealing with. I was a little surprised to see that they were all equal.
While it is not normally the best flavour, I decided to go with the orange Starburst. There have not been too many orange flavoured drinks, so I decided to try these on for size.
I figured they would be a bit of a pain to dissolve, so I cut them each up into four smaller cubes, before putting it in the vessel.
Now we just add a little Svedka vodka, and then wait.
It only takes about a day to dissolve. In higher quantities I would recommend straining away the candy scum at the top to make it a better experience. The candy scum makes it feel like there is a bit of pulp, which originally works if you are aiming for a screwdriver. As it is though, the orange flavouring from the Starburst, does not transfer over well to the vodka. The medium of Starburst as a flavour vessel does not work in this case.