Edible Mist Machine created by UK food inventor
From chocolate to apple pie, smoked bacon or even lobster, an Edible Mist Machine that produces delicious edible mist in a range of over 200 flavours has been created by UK experimental ‘food inventors’ Lick Me I’m Delicious.
Lick Me I’m Delicious, which was founded by Charlie Harry Francis, said the new machine, currently available for hire only in the UK, uses ultrasonic vaporisation to create a microscopic mist which consumers can suck up through a straw.
“It’s a pretty fun machine, the range of flavours is massive and we can also produce you a personalised mist from pretty much anything in the World like your favourite book or even your hair,” Mr Francis said. “And it’s zero calories,” he said.
“It’s interesting to see how clients are using them, we’ve had bookings for minty palate cleansers, double flavour hits such as strawberries and cream, bacon and chocolate, and then clients who want to completely flavour theme their event with multiple funfair flavours like cotton candy, toffee apple and popcorn,” Mr Francis said.
Lick Me I’m Delicious is an experimental events company, that has created other novel food inventions such as a liquid nitrogen ice cream buggy, ice cream pottery gramophone wheel, instant lollipop maker, and soup washing machine. Australian Food News reported in November 2013 that Lick Me I’m Delicious had also created a new glow-in-the-dark ice cream.
Lick Me I’m Delicious said it is currently developing several other novel food machines, including a levitating cocktail machine and a jellybean waterfall.
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