Alcohol Without Liquid

Alcohol Without Liquid (AWOL) is a new machine that allows bar patrons to inhale liquor in a mist instead of drinking it. It takes about 20 minutes to inhale one vaporizer shot of alcohol. Most locations charge $10 plus the cost of a shot. It looks like an inverted bong.

The user chooses which alcoholic spirit will be used and the alcoholic spirit is loaded into a diffuser capsule in the machine. The oxygen bubbles are then passed through the capsule, absorbing the alcohol, before being inhaled through a tube. The resultant cloudy alcohol vapor is then inhaled from the end of the tube via a device that converts liquid to vapor.

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Commentary on "Alcohol Without Liquid":

  1. Heather on wrote:

    Im sorry but that is the most ridiculous thing I have ever seen. Who exactly so they think their customer is?

    It’s definitely not women, I can tell you that much!

  2. Mike D. on wrote:

    If their customer is me, this is a huge success.

  3. Thortan on wrote:

    i think this is a really good idea! that’d be really successful

  4. cathy on wrote:

    where do i get one of these things from??

  5. joe on wrote:

    if anyone know where to find one of these machines please e-mail me at
    i am very interested. thank you.