Frequently Asked Questions
Drop It Safe to Use?
Drop It® is made of all natural FDA approved ingredients. Drop It is gluten free, non-GMO, dairy free, soy free and contains no artificial colors or sweeteners. Drops for you Hops is Vegan Friendly.
Drop It Reduce Sulfites?
Drop It Reduce Tannins?
Drop It® contains a natural protein that will bind to some of the Polyphenols (tannin’s) found in higher concentrations in young red wines and beers. This may create a small amount of sediment in a wine high in tannins.
How Do I Use
Drop It® can be adjusted to your taste, severity of adverse events or size of glass of wine or beer. Recommendations are 1-2 drops for a 6 oz glass of white or sparkling wine and 2-3 drops for a 6 oz glass of red wine. It is not recommended to add more than 4 drops to a 6 oz glass. For your beer, add 3-4 Drops per 12-ounce glass or bottle. Adding more than 4 drops may change the flavor. Always swirl the glass for about 20 seconds after adding the drops. We call this Drop It® Swirl.
Can You Treat an Entire Bottle of Wine With
Drop It Reduce Astringency?
What Wines and Beers Can
Drop It Be Used In?
Drop It Change the Flavor of the Wine?
Drop It Be Stored?
What About Using
Drop It at Wine Tastings?
Is it safe to consume peroxide?
Yes We use only food grade hydrogen peroxide. There is a very small portion in each drop. You probably ingest more while brushing your teeth with a toothpaste that contains whitener.
Why cant I get
Drop It my local store?
Drop It need to be refrigerated?
No it does not need to be refrigerated. For the best shelf life Drop It® should be stored out of direct sunlight or in high heat or in extreme cold temperatures.
What happens if you consume the small precipitant particles left in the glass?
The tannins may precipitate to the bottom of the glass. They have protein now bound to them which is why they precipitate out. The sulfites may sometimes either be clear or whitish crystals. You should not notice them on your palate. You can either consume them or discard the wine at the bottom of the glass. If you see lots of particulates it means your