As the tannins produce hydrogen peroxide the colour changes and then the peroxide changes the ethanol to ethanal and then on to acetic acid. The colour will change, the smell will be different, the ethanol decreases, the titratable acidity will increase. Maybe worth checking out.
For example, I often find myself peering into drains, which in many urbanised areas are the only waterways left. These watercourses sometimes run through scenic parks, but more often they are tucked away in roadside scrub or remnant bush.
The bushland between Mount Coot-tha Road and Birdwood Terrace, where I stumbled upon a gully full of bottles, cans and other rubbish. View Larger Map Exploring suburban gullies is hardly a taboo like venturing into drains, but neither is it a popular pursuit.
For all of the prickles and scratches you are likely to endure, you can hardly expect to see nature at its finest. Such places remind you that there are still things to discover in an otherwise predictable suburban environment. If you keep your eyes peeled in a place like this, you never know what you might find.
I recently found myself in just such a place while exploring the headwaters of Langsville Creek. This creek exists only in fragments now, but it once flowed all the way from the Mount Coot-tha Quarry to the Brisbane River at Auchenflower.
Its catchment neighbours that of Western Creekthe forgotten waterway that is the main focus of this website. I followed the Old Mount Coot-tha Road from near the entrance to the botanical gardens, and walked downhill through a clearing not far from Walter Street.
Before I knew it, I was at the bottom of a damp and weedy gully. The gully is located within a sizable patch of bush, but still close enough to the houses on Walter Street that you would expect to see some signs of human presence.
This I found in the form of a generous smattering of rubbish.
Bits of a tin roof, shreds of carpet, shards of fibro, rusty bolts and brackets, pieces of pipe and ceramics, the odd brick, a chunk of concrete. I also found a dozen or so golf balls stamped with at least four different brands. The gully where I found the bottles and cans.
It is located not far from Walter Street, Toowong. I wondered how long this rubbish had been here, and started looking for clues that might tell me.
Presumably, the brands and stylings on the golf balls could be traced to a particular time, but the knowledge required to do so would be obscure to say the least. Thankfully, another collection of items offered a more promising lead on when the rubbish might have been dumped. Scattered amongst the building debris and golf balls was an assortment of bottles and cans.
Some were intact, others in pieces; some were shiny, others faded or rusty. But none of them looked like bottles and cans you would see on a supermarket shelf today.
What set them apart from modern products was not just their sizes and shapes, but also their logos and brand names, most of which could still be read clearly. These bottles and cans once contained products that were bought and consumed every day — products that would have been widely known, and would still be remembered by many people.
They also would have been advertised in newspapers and magazines, some maybe even on television. I left the gully having taken only a few photos with my phone. Aside from not having no way to carry them, I almost felt like these bottles and cans had earned the right to stay there. But a nagging sense that they might have a story to tell led me to return a week later, green bags in hand, to take them away.Nestlé's origins date back to the s, when two separate Swiss enterprises were founded that would later form the core of Nestlé.
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