May 2, 2012

Saya Ninja Stirrer Secretly Puts Sugar in Your Coffee

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A new coffee stirring weapon filled with sugar called Saya is about to hit Japan. Saya is the word for scabbard in Japanese, and the blade is bound with edible rice paper glue that dissolves into the coffee instantly in your coffee cup. The edible rice paper can also be filled with brown sugar or white sugar. Edible rice paper is a staple in Japan for lots of things that need to dissolve into your soup - etc.

So with the instant dissolving of whatever sweetness payload the Saya has on it - you get sweetness and functionality all in one secret blow.

Via Gizmodiva full details at Behance

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 2, 2012 7:43 AM
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