Krupnik, on Ice
Only recently did I discover this amazing recipe: First convert dihydrogen monoxide (available from your kitchen tap or many modern refrigerators) to a solid phase by placing it in containers smaller than your glass and lowering its temperature to somewhere below zero degrees celsius. A freezer works well for this.
Next, place one or more chunks of the solidified DHMO in an old fashioned glass and pour Krupnik on top.
Just as many enjoy whiskey with a bit of water or ice, er, solid phase DHMO, the same goes with Krupnik. Suitable for warm summer evenings or after a day of skiing in winter, Krupnik on ice opens up the flavors while making it even smoother than drinking it neat, if that’s possible.