It looks like people never get rid of their fondness of rainbow color. With the help of technology, they started to apply their fondness to the food and the new invention is “Rainbow Lattees”. First created by Las Vegas-based barista Mason Salisbury who gave the tie-dye treatment to everyone’s favourite caffeinated beverage – lattes. By skilfully adding food coloring to the foam, he created some amazing results. Honestly, those lattes look great, but I still don’t have to have some extra food coloring just for its pretty appearance. How about you?
We have been thinking lot to find alternatives to paper and plastic cups, or designs that reduce their waste, but what said in this post has to be a new favorite. Designers at The Way We See The World have envisioned picnickers everywhere using jelloware, an incredibly yummy version of disposable — or rather edible — cups.
Summer is finally hit on my city and it turns out really really hot… Hence, I decided to write something can help cool me down a bit, or at least, looks cooling… Hence I rounded up 11 designs of Pitch, jug and Carafe. They are pretty, stylish and functional, just check it out.
Menu Water Carafe 1L with Smart Lid Black [amazon]
This plain glass Water Carafe by Jakob Wagner has distinctive, softly rounded, angular lines. A new, refreshing reinterpretation of the classic bottle archetype. The carafe has a protecting steel collar and a lid that opens automatically when you pour from the carafe. The lid holds back ice cubes, lemon slices and provides unwanted objects from dripping down into the contents. Both water and colored drinks look great behind the clear glass!
Sodas and other beverages made for the Asian market can often seem strange to us in the Western world. I guess due to different dieting habit and culture, whatever may seem like an odd flavor to us is often very popular there.
From “Wasabi drink” to “cheese drink“, here are some strange Asian beverages you may not have heard of. You might think how the hell those terrifying drink has been made in market… However, look on the bright side, though: they may not be good to drink, but you can’t say they’re not good for a laugh.
1. Cheese Drink
Because Japan is an island nation, it has been historically hard to support a large dairy industry because of the limited amount of available land. Therefore, many Japanese people have never developed much of a taste for milk products. Today, however, some companies are hoping to introduce more dairy into the Japanese marketplace.
This new cheese drink comes in 3 different flavors; plain, blueberry, and yuzu citrus. They use a special process to cut down on the sweet taste of the flavored drinks. It is said to have a taste similar to yogurt, but with a cheesy aftertaste.