instant drunk

The WAHH Quantum Sensations spray delivers approximately 0.075 ml of alcohol liquid in the form of micro-particles and reportedly simulates the sensorial pleasure of alcohol, giving the user a brief moment of light-headedness and distraction. Harvard professor David Edwards came up with the idea of using his micro-particle spraying technology to distribute alcohol after meeting with Philippe Starck and discussing the possibility of recreating the positive sensations associated with drinking – but without the drunkenness and negative health implications. The result is a spray which contains tiny amounts of alcohol, that can be sprayed directly into the mouth or onto food.

Each WAHH Quantum Sensations spray holds two milliliters of liquid and delivers 20-25 actuations which include 0.075 ml of alcohol in the form of micro-particles. When sprayed into the mouth this is said to produce a slight light-headedness which passes almost immediately, leaving users with the taste and memory of an intense sensation. The aim was to provide the same agreeable sensation as comes with a sip of alcohol, but without the risk of becoming drunk.

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