Did you know there was a horrible movie for teenagers called Jawbreaker? It was pretty lame. Did you know the first time the term "jawbreaker" shows up in the English language is in 1839 and the meaning was a "hard to pronounce word". Today we look into Jawbreaker vodka, which will just crush your vodka jaw.
Here is our subject. Looks pretty strong, like a woman.
What's this? We will introduce it to Mr. Hammer. Sounds like we're going to be stuck in the middle with you.
So we just cut off it's ear a little. It still didn't want to talk, so we go a little deeper.
It begged a bit, but I didn't stop.
So I cut it's ball into pieces. This is my next dessert.
And now they are all small enough to pour our "gas" on.
Now we just have to remove this part in the center. It is gum... As much as I could find. It will not burn.
And now it's all in the jar, and ready to get to work.
Now we add our vodka and begin our wait.
After a day it looks pretty good, nice mix of the colours, but it hasn't fully dissolved.
After a week though, it is all good to go.
There is a little bit of gum that I missed, so I scooped that out, and prepared the shots.
A week after it was started, it's completely ready for consumption. It was a little bit of a hassle with having to break it into tiny pieces, but it was worth it in the end. It's quite smooth and sweet, since they have mixed lots of flavours. If you don't mind waiting a week, give this one a go.