We’ve had a few stories now that look at the use of vapours to carry flavour, including a crazy edible firework display in London. Now Charlie Harry from Lick Me I’m Delicious has created a crazy contraption that allows people to taste food with zero calories.
The machine created by Harry creates a hit of flavour that can’t be chewed or eaten like a regular ingredients, instead the essence is savoured by sniffing and tasting the mist released by the machine.
The machine is capable of creating over 200 flavours such as smokey bacon or chocolate but, and this is the shocking part, it’s will cost you close to $10,000 if you want to rent the machine for a party.
We guess we’re all going to have to wait for the price to drop significantly before we’re dining on mist, tasty tasty mist.
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