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Somabar Robotic Bartender

So you love cocktails, but canīt be bothered to make them, meet your new best friend - Somabar. Making cocktails requires time and preparation, but with Somabar you can make delicious craft cocktails in under five seconds! The countertop device is very simple to use, simply fill the pods with your favorite ingredients, choose  the drink you want from the accompanying app, and thats pretty much it, Somabar does the rest! No more shakers, bar spoons, measuring cups, or recipe books. watch the video

Somabar will eventually cost $699, but you can pre-order yours now for $399 over at Kickstarter.




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PETIT ST VINCENT RESORT | GRENADINE ISLANDS | Image

PETIT ST VINCENT RESORT | GRENADINE ISLANDS

Petit St. Vincent is a 115-acre private island in the Caribbean’s Grenadines. This secluded private hideaway is one of the Caribbeans prettiest private islands, the resort is spread over 115 acres surrounded by two miles of white sand beaches. It features 22 discreet and simple, yet luxurious cottages. Above all however, Petit St. Vincent is a hotel for those determined on privacy, even the truly hermitic guest need never meet another visitor....
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VINOICE | CHILLER & WINE POURER | Image

VINOICE | CHILLER & WINE POURER

Remember the Corkcicle Wine Chiller? a handy device for chilling wine from the inside? Well, the cool new Vinoice is a more sophisticated version and one-ups the Corkcicle by doing the same thing but it also features a drip free spout. Simply place the stainless steel chill rod in the freezer for 30 minutes before use, then place it in the bottle, this will keep your wine at an optimum drinking temperature for up to one hour. No more worrying about the ice bucket! v...
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UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK | Image

UK PAVILLION AT WORLD EXPO 2010 SHANGHAI | BY THOMAS HEATHERWICK

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