I love the occasional cocktail or two, but I’ve always had to keep it at a minimum. I’ve got my reasons, with the main one being the fact that I turn beet red once I consume even a drop (okay, several drops) of alcohol-laced fluids into my system.
Why do people drink? Usually it’s because they’re thirsty. But sometimes, it’s just to taste whatever it is they’re drinking – and appreciating that taste. And what better way to do that than by taking whiffs of it so you’ll keep wanting more?
This isn’t the first time someone out there decided to come up with a gadget that made heating drinks up easier. Remember the HeatStick? However, this time around, the heating mechanism is built into the cup itself.
iPhone cases with bottle openers isn’t exactly anything new. (Remember the iBottleOpener and the Opena?) But there’s a new iPhone bottle-opening case in town that promises to offer you more than the usual.
When life gives you lemons, make a flaming drink. This geeky cocktail engineered by the Insatiable Geek will surely earn the approval of Aperture Science’s CEO. Or not. The man wanted something that could burn a house down after all.
It used to be that whipped cream packaged in aerosol cans was the only foodstuff I’d consider spraying straight into my mouth. It’s a common scene you see in movies when teenagers or kids go wild and just start spraying stuff all over the place.
I’m all for recycling and eco-friendly products these days. It doesn’t help that tons of harmful wastes and pollutants are released into the air and the world’s seas every second of every day. And it really just breaks my heart whenever I see photos of sea creatures choking on pieces of plastics or polar bears stuck on a floating chunk of ice as the ice caps continue to melt because of global warming.
Vending machine technology hasn’t really changed that much in the last 20 years. Sure Coca-Cola has started to roll out their awesome Freestyle custom drink machine, but that’s not really a vending machine – it’s more of a soda fountain for the 21st century.
Ripped from the pages of some neo-futuristic science fiction movie comes Chapek: the robot bartender…
Chapek is just one of the ‘bots who will be featured as part of BarBot 2010, the third annual festival of Cocktail Robotics!