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Drink Your Own Words with the Cocktail Typewriter

by Conner Flynn
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While typing and drinking is a combination that many writers throughout history are familiar with, here is a new take on the combination. Morskoiboy created this amazing typewriter that will let you actually taste your words and mix cocktails simply typing their name. I’ll have a qwerty please.

Neutral liquids are attached at the top,(alcohol, milk or water) while tubes at the back are attached to different colored liquids, whether it is “G”- grape, “O” orange, “J” – Jagermeister, etc.

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As the liquid at the top flows, you type in the letters that make the colored liquids flow along with it. It’s up to you as to which keys go with what liquid, but the liquid-filled 7-segment display always shows the letter you’re typing.

Now that is a stylish way to make drinks. Or should I say type drinks? Whatever. Now if it could just help us remember where we live after too many drinks, it would be perfect.

[via Geekosystem via Ubergizmo]

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