Flask infuses water with any ingredient
Food & Drink
ZingAnything has introduced its Aqua Zinger, a mixing flask that enables anyone to make water tastier by infusing it with their own ingredients.
We’ve recently seen a number of handy innovations helping people to make their own drinks easily, from coffee packaging that doubles as a French press to a carbonator bottle that lets users brew their own beer on the go. Now ZingAnything has introduced its Aqua Zinger, a mixing flask that enables anyone to make water more tasty by infusing it with their own ingredients. The device is made of stainless steel and features a grinder which locks onto the bottom of the flask. Users can fill the grinder with their food of choice, lock it into place and fill the flask with water. Twisting the bottom starts the grinder and giving the container a shake allows the flavours of the ingredients to filter through a mesh to infuse the water. The flask holds enough for one or two drinks, but can be refilled and shaken again one more time without replacing the ingredients to make another infused drink. The opening is big enough to fit ice cubes in and the device also works with hot water, retaining the temperature in much the same way as standard vacuum flasks. The product retails at USD 25.95. Enabling people to add their favourite flavors to water could have a positive effect on their health, increasing the amount of water and natural ingredients they intake. How else could a healthy diet be encouraged in the home? Spotted by: Hemanth Chandrasekar
11th September 2012