Cana’s Molecular Beverage Printer Can Make Anything from Coffee to Cocktails

Mar 4, 2022

Category: Tech

Whether you prefer a refreshing sparkling beverage with your lunch or enjoy a cocktail after dinner, there’s no denying that a lot of time and energy is spent on picking up the right ingredients necessary to consume all those drinks. In addition to that, the number of waste that accumulates from doing so is substantial. In efforts to assist both you and the planet, California-based startup Cana has developed a world-changing beverage printer that allows you to make thousands of different drinks in the heart of your kitchen.

From coffee to cocktails and iced tea to soda, the Cana One utilizes state-of-the-art technology that maximizes flavor while minimizing waste. Partnering with dozens of brands around the world, including Hella Cocktail Co. and Olwyn Coffee Company, with more being added each month, Cana is changing the way we perceive accessibility and discovery.

Thanks to its built-in 7″ touchscreen, you can explore the plethora of beverage options to quench your thirst and fulfill your cravings. This is all achieved through meticulous research performed by the scientists at Cana, who have excavated the essence of just about any sort of drink you can think of, be it juice, spirits, or just about everything else. In addition to its touchscreen, you can even operate it through the palm of your hand using the corresponding app.

For the first 10,000 buyers, Cana is offering its revolutionary machine for $499, with a $99 deposit. After that, however, the machine will be sold for $799. The machine’s cartridges range in price from $0.29 for sparkling water to $2.99 for craft cocktails, although each of the replacements are free and sent to you monthly. If you’re looking to help save the planet and up to 50% of your beverage budget, then this is the machine for you.

Purchase: $499+

Photo: Cana
Photo: Cana

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