This gadget fires 3-D foam into beverages

This gadget fires 3-D foam into beverages
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Two-dimensional artwork has graced the foamy heads of Guinnesses and coffee drinks for decades. But over in Japan, they’re taking beverage-top sculptures to another level entirely. If you go to the right coffee shop, you’ll get 3-D foam sculptures and froth giraffes right on top of your drink.

Two-dimensional artwork has graced the foamy heads of Guinnesses and coffee drinks for decades. But over in Japan, they’re taking beverage-top sculptures to another level entirely. If you go to the right coffee shop, you’ll get 3-D foam sculptures and froth giraffes right on top of your drink.

Now there’s an in-home machine that you can use to pull off the same foam feats. The Awa Taccino, made by everyone’s favorite water-gamesmith Takara Tomy, is basically a frosting gun that doles out foamy milk instead. It’s designed to be used with non-fat milk for cold beverages and soy milk for hot beverages.

You fill up the container with 1.4 ounces of milk, whip it up for a minute with its AA-powered blender, and then squirt foam domes on top of your drink to make nauseatingly adorable blob-animals. Mind you, you’re going to need to supply your own paintbrush and chocolate syrup for the detail work.

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