We begin with a simple question: What’s in a bubble?
A tiny bubble is nothing more than a pocket of gas contained by a thin film of liquid. The bubble comes from the carbon dioxide, trapped inside each bottle during a unique, second fermentation. Coke, in contrast, has fat bubbles, thanks to a machine called a carbonator which injects it with carbon dioxide.
Everyone agrees the bubble with the best pedigree is the pinpoint, persistent bead.
Hopefully you’ll meet up with many glasses of pinpoint bubbles this holiday season. In the meantime, keep an eye out for more communiques like this one to boost your bubbly IQ.