10 Strongest Alcohols in the World

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+4 1. mwak commented 2 years ago

For those asking themselves (like me) what is a proof alcohol level. It's for some places in the US equal to half the degree of alcohol. So a 160 proof would be 80% alcohol. (thanks wikipedia ; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcohol_proof ).

Which is very nice if you want to lose you sight.
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+7 2. ughlah commented 2 years ago

Because using a logical measurement just isn't the american style. And he forgot tons of 90+% alcohol brands...
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+3 3. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

The way the camera shot changed momentarily at around 8 sec made me not believe the whole video >:)
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+1 4. thundersnow commented 2 years ago

#1 Thanks mwak to clarify that right away :) because as #2 says it's one of those random weird measurements that probably have a history going back to ancient times, but make no sense whatsoever in modern times, and are not used anywhere else but here. 8-)
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+3 5. fishy commented 2 years ago

#2 All those alcohols he mentions that were over 180 proof is 90+% alcohol.
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+1 6. sux2bu commented 2 years ago

#2 & #4 Alcohol by volume ( ABV ) IS the standard way of measurement in the US and if the proof is also on the label , by law , it must be near the ABV statement. The proof labeling in the US is mostly historical nowadays and dates back to 1848. The UK used proof up until 1980.
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+2 7. ComentAtor commented 2 years ago

i never drank more then 60% absynth and never will .. though we had a nice time that night