Woah. Now this is one high-tech drink.
The Columbia Room in NW Washington D.C. has just created a drink that they stir with sound. Yes, you read that correctly.
The drink, conveniently titled Sound, is composed of cap corse blanc, brandy, fino, verjus and citrus ash...but instead of a traditional shaker (or even just a regular spoon), the bartender mixes this concoction by tapping the outside of the glass and then the sound waves do the rest. Don't believe us? Take a look at the video below.
Our new Tasting Room Menu, SPECTRUM, begins today. We explore the concepts and extremes of sound, color, flavor, and time 🔊🔊🔊 You're listening to our first course, Sound, in which vibrations stir a punch of cap corse blanc, @copperandkings brandy, fino, verjus, and citrus ash. Visit the link in our bio to see the whole menu and make reservations.
Sound is the first of their 4-course tasting room special, Spectrum, in which people will also be able to taste Flavor, Time and a drink titled Pick A Color. This revolutionary night out won't come cheap though. A tasting of Spectrum will cost $85 per person and require a reservation, which you can check out more of here.