Inventor David Alexander has created an alcohol spray that instantly inebriates the user, giving a sudden feeling of being ‘drunk’. The catch to this fast acting invention is that the intoxicated feeling wears off almost as quickly as it kicks in.
Revealed in a recent Paris Exhibition, the spray invented by Alexander is known under the name of WA|HH Quantum Sensations and has been one of the most talked about products.
The .075 millimeter dosage is delivered in a minimal spray bottle designed by French designer Phillip Starck that will sell for a mere $26 per bottle.
Because the content is of such a small amount, reports indicate that the average user would have to ingest over 1,000 bottles of the spray alcohol for that dosage to equal the amount of one traditional alcoholic beverage.
Given the fact that the drunk feeling wears off so quick, it is also said that any user would be able to instantly pass a breathalyzer test thrown their way providing that no additional alcoholic beverages were consumed that night.
In addition, the effects of a hangover that attempt to find their way into the consumer would cease to exist.
Also responsible for other concoctions, Alexander and WA|HH Quantum Sensations have developed another spray entitled ‘The Whif’, which allows users to taste flavors such as coffee or chocolate without having to actually eat or drink those items.
Accompanying ‘The Whif’ is it’s brother ‘The Whaf’, which supposedly creates a cloud of flavor for the user to smell or breathe in.
So the question is, if you found yourself sitting at a bar looking for some liquid courage, would you be willing to throw down $26 for a quick buzz?
Or are you an old-fashion type of guy?