They made do with a soda siphon
- a far cry from the isotonic drinks of today!
The results vary widely, and not all the designers stuck to the request--New York-based Leon Ransmeier, for example, ditched packaging all together and instead created a Coca-Cola Tablet; Los Angeles-based Nolen Niu devised an updated version of a soda siphon
. The concepts on the pages that follow suggest Coca-Cola executives may very well consider launching another call-out.
His Hot and Cold Pasco Sour shakes and strains a traditional Pasco Sour into the glass, which is topped by another Pasco Sour that's been poured into a charged soda siphon
, heated to about 90 degrees and dispensed into the drink.
In 1837, a man named Perpigna invented a soda siphon
incorporating a valve.
iSi currently offers its soda siphon
in two fabrications, aluminum and stainless steel.
From the incisive "Cliff Lazarenko's idea of exercise is a firm press on a soda siphon
" to the possibly less accurate "He looks about as happy as a penguin in a microwave", only the venerable Stuart Hall can match Waddell for sheer downright insane brilliance.
The 60s setting is reflected in blasts from the past like the old soda siphon
on the sideboard and the standing ashtrays, although the family's pouf footstool has gone AWOL.
Through the internet, a supply of 8-gram "soda siphon
" cartridges is no more than a few mouse clicks away.
Pour mixture into soda siphon
and charge with one CO2 cartridge.
Another tip she passed on was for those unmentionable doggy stains on the carpet - use a soda siphon
to lift the stain.
They were also the first customers of an antiques centre at the former Oakwood Motel, near Elgin, where they snapped up an old-fashioned bicycle and a soda siphon
In his best works - and almost all of them are here - he shows a similar economy of means, rescuing a soda siphon
or an accordion, a bunch of keys or a bowler hat, from any slackness of form or nagging detail.