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Rainbow Cube

I’m in San Francisco, which is a city where you can see rainbow flags everywhere. It commonly is shown as the LGBT pride flag. The colors reflect the diversity of the LGBT community. It was created in Northern California, but it is worldwide now. This flag was designed by artist Gilbert Baker in 1978 in San Francisco. As of 2008, the most common variant consists of six colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet. The flag commonly goes horizontally, with the red stripe on top, as would be in a natural rainbow. So why don’t we make a rainbow to let our San Francisco local people get pride and be proud! We are going to make this rainbow from the color orders of the rainbow flag. I know it’s hard to make this cocktail, and it needs a lot of time. But this is worthwhile to make. By the way, if you are a big fan of dry gin, this is one you should not miss. Follow my steps and watch my video in this post. I hope you will like it!

Bar Gears:

  • Cocktail Jigger

  • Ice Trays

  • glassware


  • 12 OZ of Dry Gin

  • Six Rainbow Food Colors

  • 1 Bottle Of Sparkling Water


First you have to put 2 oz of gin into each plastic cup and put six rainbow colors into each cup. Fill the ice cube trays with 1/6 of 1 colored gin and put it in the refrigerator until the liquid turns solid. Take out and put another layer when you have a frozen layer. And repeat this step for four more times. Finally, take the ice cube out toss them into glassware and fill with sparkling water.

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