Programmable beverage containers

Programmable
32 choices! – “Ipifini’s Programmable Liquid Container technology employs buttons on the container’s surface that release additives (flavors, colorants, fragrances) into the liquid. Additive buttons allow for the consumer to choose variations of the liquid in the container at the point of consumption. For example, a programmable cola bottle with buttons for lemon, lime, vanilla, and cherry flavors as well as a caffeine button allows for thirty-two potential choices of soda.” [via] – Link.

4 thoughts on “Programmable beverage containers

  1. I’m seeing this more as a blister pack type setup, one push, one use per.

    But how would you mix it? shaking is out with the fizzy stuff.

    and it’s kind of a 4 for 1 deal, if you don’t use some flavor you can save the blister for later.

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