The finished cocktail being poured into a glass – after all of the elements have mixed together in the Enkaja modules
How the Enkaja modules fit together to form a cylindrical container
Each element of the cocktail would come in its own module, which would then be pieced together to form the finished drink
The Enkaja instruction manual – no doubt containing famous cocktails to try for yourself
Tatabi Studio has created a table of elements showing where the mixers, spirits, and touches all fit into the overall scheme of cocktails
A simple illustration showing how Enkaja works
The making of cocktails is now considered in such high regard that people known as mixologists can make a living from studying and then preparing mixed drinks. These aren't merely barmen and barmaids, but people who take the business of getting drinks exactly right very seriously. Unfortunately not everybody is blessed with the skill of mixology, or simply hasn't got the time to dedicate to learning all of the different combinations of spirits, mixers, and touches that make up the average cocktail. Thankfully there could be a simple solution on the way for these rank amateurs.
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