New spray makes you ‘instantly drunk,’ and only lasts a few seconds


A French American scientist has invented a new alcohol spray that instantly intoxicates the user. However, the effects are nearly as brief, wearing off in a matter of moments.

The spray, WA|HH Quantum Sensations, was created by David Edwards and was unveiled during a recent Paris exhibition.

The short-term effects are reportedly due to the 0.075 millileter dosage. In other words, it would take 1,000 sprays to equal the level of alcohol contained in one conventional drink.

The spray bottle itself was created by French product designer Philippe Starck and will be sold for about $26.

Reportedly, not only does the sensation of being drunk wear off almost immediately but the user would also supposedly be able to pass a breathalyzer test, verifying that they are no longer under the influence of alcohol.

In other words, you won't be needing to pay a visit to the Hangover Heaven bus in Las Vegas.

Edwards has also invented other sprays, which allow you to taste various foods and drinks, including coffee and chocolate, without actually consuming them. And those have sold more than 400,000 units without the benefit of alcohol.

There's still no official word on if or when the WA|HH Quantum Sensations will be available in America.

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