To create the effect of a thin layer of condensation forming on the outside of glasses containing cold liquid, dulling spray may be applied, with paper or masking tape protecting the non-“frosted” areas. More pronounced condensation and dew drops are imitated by spraying the glass with corn syrup or glycerin.
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Ice cubes used in shoots are made of acrylic, so they won’t move, melt or float. Fresh-looking bubbles on the surface of drinks are created by applying a mixture of the drink and detergent to the surface with an eyedropper. White glue may be used in lieu of milk, and a mixture of brewed coffee and water instead of tea.