Recent Examples of effervesce from the Web
At Van Doren Waxter, Jackie Saccoccio’s latest abstractions effervesce more than ever with dots and carefully directed drips, suggesting windows onto worlds of atomized color.
Among this sweeping list of classic New Orleans libations is the French 75, an effervescing tipple that’s a favorite among locals.
Siphons charge the cocktails with CO2, which change their texture, making the flavors effervesce and pop.
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