Does food coloring somehow evaporate and turn into nothing? Or does the beverage itself being much more color intensive?
I had a bottle of Gatorade, colored Lemon-Lime (and flavored as such). I noticed that after leaving the bottle in the car during a hot day and returned to the car, that condensation had formed on the top parts of the bottle.
But the condensation is colorless; does this mean it is solely water that is evaporating from the drink itself as condensation occurs, leaving food coloring or the color of the beverage behind?