How to Get the Marble Out of Ramune
Thank you v much. My roommate and I spent over an hour trying to get the marble out, using boiling water, scissors, a pen knife, a kitchen knife, and a nail file, during the course of which we got very close to getting the cap off using the kitchen knife in about the same way as the hacksaw before I cut myself (great), but we will try again using your technique!! Glad to know we are not alone in the struggle.
The plastic blue cap will twist off. I just did it after reading this thinking there had to be a better way.
Wrap the bottle up in a bag, then smash the neck. Done.
it will twist off i tried it 5 stars out of 5 chela
I found one brand, Genki Ramune, where the plastic top is actually a twist cap. So after you finish the drink, you can just twist the top off and the marble comes out. Also makes it possible to actually recycle the bloody things. I thought there was some physical or manufacturing reason why they made tops that don't come off, but apparently there isn't, it's just that most brands don't care. I will only buy Genki Ramune from now on
Did not have a mini so used a regular hacksaw to cut a slot through the plastic on the side and top, then removed the blade and cut a slot on the inside lined up with the top and outside slot. Got through the plastic and down to the glass. Then used a medium flathead screwdriver to pry it off from the inside by getting the tip under the inside edge of the plastic and angling it
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