Remember back in kindergarten where everyone would be playing with toys? You're introduced to Lego, and you would try and build something. Then about half way through you'd see Tommy, that slow kid, just putting them in his mouth and eating them. I hated Tommy. Luckily for Tommy, and his digestive system, they started marking candy blocks.
You can tell that they are blocks, because they spell that out for you. Good Tommy.
I tried stacking them so I could build a house, but it's like making a ship in a bottle.
Now we just ad a little bit of the magic juice.
Stir daily for a week, or more if you're feeling ambitious.
There was still some sugary bits undissolved, so this is what you're left with if you are not diligent in stirring.
I figured since Tommy put this stuff in his mouth, that we should filter it. It is a fairly easy filtering jig, as you really only need to filter it once, and squeeze out the remaining bits.
You're left with a lovely looking shot. Unfortunately it doesn't taste as good as it looks. It's sweet, but that's where they draw the line.