The Drink Printer: The Cana Technology “Miracle”

A certain well-known figure may have been able to change water into wine with a click of his fingers, but, thanks to four years of development and 30 million dollars of investment, you too can now buy yourself “the miracle of the wedding at Cana” with the world’s first molecular printer. The size of a toaster, the device’s sole purpose is reproducing more than a hundred drinks, from fruit juice to whisky, by way of coffee and wine… The machine “reconstructs” the drinks using the base ingredients provided in the “cartridge”: “These are the same ingredients found in drinks; we aren’t recreating them!” said one of Cana Technology’s representatives. A drinks printer, yes… Much more than a souped-up “Sodastream/Nespresso” where you find your favourite brands together or choose your own combinations: more or less sugar, alcohol, etc., – but is it really necessary?

Beyond being a high-tech and very innovative gadget, its versatility when it comes to producing any kind of drink, certainly makes the “printer” very attractive, but the ecological argument for it is strongly emphasized: it is an excellent way to vary your pleasures while drastically reducing the proliferation of packaging pollution.

https://www.cana.com/vision

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