▫ A company named Cana has revealed what it’s calling the planet’s first “molecular beverage printer.” Using a single cartridge of flavorings, the machine can mix one of thousands of different beverages, including juice, soft drinks, iced coffee, sports drinks, wine and cocktails.
▫ With Cana One, which is designed to sit on a kitchen countertop, you’ll be able to select a drink from a wide range of beverage types and brands using a touchscreen. You can customize the levels of alcohol, caffeine and sugar.
▫ Cana One will cost $499 for the first 10,000 orders, rising to $799 after that. However, you’ll pay for the device’s concoctions on a per-drink basis. Each will cost between 29 cents and $3.