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Cocktails Blow Up in Slo Mo (Video)

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If you've been complaining that your cocktail didn't pack enough power for you, then you're going to want to reach for one of these explosive libations.

Filmmaker Ty Migota shot cocktails exploding at 5,000 frames per second. Martinis got 8,900 frames per second as part of the opening sequence for the film How to Get Laid.

Migota decided to make a montage of the footage that fell to the cutting-room floor. The result is two and a half minutes of pure awesomeness.

Watch after the jump:


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