By Maggie Koerth-Baker at 10:29 am Wed, Jun 5, 2013
An example of fantastic, whimsical bio-tableware from sculptor Etienne Meneau. Holds a full bottle.
If it looks difficult to pour from or clean, Meneau has an FAQ for that.
Via the good folks at The Annals of Improbable Research
Good luck cleaning that.
I tend to have a photographic memory when it comes to imagery…
Hence, here’s from about 5 and 6 years ago:
Thanks, fish oil.
Hey, I came here to post the same. :) That, and to comment about the aeration problem (what I remember of this thread from ’07 was the interesting discussion on the lack of surface area in this setup).
I came here to learn about Bayesian statistics and the odds of wine ending up in any particular end lobe.
what I remember of this thread from ’07 was the interesting discussion on the lack of surface area in this setup
And… here we go again…
My thoughts exactly. The primary purpose of a wine decanter is to aerate wine. Not gonna happen in this.
Pff, good luck getting a breath out of that, wine.
Nah, it’s a fractal test tube. Used for centrifuging unicorn urine.
You just need a ferric test tube cleaner brush and a strong magnet. Though it’s good they stopped at the larger bronchioles, alveoli are a bitch to clean.
Call me when someone creates a wine udder to hang in the center of the table, complete with teats.
“More wine?” How to make your new in-laws uncomfortable.
Good luck finding a safe place to store that thing.
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