Splitting a cocktail into a sphere and shooter creates sort of a two-step drinking experience. First, you taste the shooter, or the flavors of the liquid in which the sphere is floating, and then POP! – a burst of secondary flavors come through as the delicate sphere breaks against the pressure of the roof of your mouth. Because it all happens in a short period of time, the flavors integrate quickly and beautifully into one, cohesive flavor experience. We took watermelon juice and sphered it using reverse spherification. We then floated them in Bombay Sapphire, black pepper simple syrup, Dolin Blanc, and lime juice.