What about Tide Pods, but they are actually safe to consume?
It is the prerequisite for this new Glenlivet "Capsule Collection" product, which fills mouthful of whiskey in edible capsules. They look like the early 2018 internet's favorite (and utterly bad advice) laundry-cut-snack food, but these are actually safe to consume.
Just make sure you do it in a manner. This is still the booze we're talking about.
Glenlivet unleashed its unusual whiskey drinking concept on an unsuspecting internet earlier this week. But the chatter really picked up Friday through Saturday morning as people began to treat this weird new alcohol delivery system and it's inevitable connection to the worst viral moment of 201
Before diving in with the reactions: we're joking, but Glenlivets seaweed-based whiskey containers are a sustainable form of packaging. We have seen this kind of stuff before with water-filled pods, which can help to get clean water to places where it is in short supply, and with significantly less plastic waste than bottled water.
Nobody is trying to claim that Glenlife's whiskey capsules will save the world or anything. But sustainable packaging is something for all companies to think about as we continue to fight the global impacts of climate change.
That said, the (presumably unintentional) tidal connection here is very real and so very fun. And just so everyone is ready: Tidal coatings, like all detergents, are hazardous to health and should not be eaten under any circumstances.
Need to drink at work?
Want to sneak a little sumpin & # 39; sumpin & # 39; into your next restricted place?
And you can ditch the flask!
People want to suck these down like tide slices! https://t.co/xmiGLcAdKmebrit19659002??— Marsha Warfield (@MarshaWarfield) October 5, 2019
* logs on twitter and sees that tidal trends are trending. Visible concern. Click. * Apparently some genius did ALCOHOLIC TIME PODS after we just convinced a whole army of people that it is NOT OK to eat tidal stops.
* facepalm *
I lay down.
– 🎃 May -AAAH 👻; ☾ (@maiyawoof) October 5, 2019
Ex 1: So Millennials Don't Buy Enough Premium Liquor.
Exec 2: Maybe We Don't Pay Them Eno –
Exec 3. Wait, what do millennial mistakes love to eat? Maybe it's something
ex 4 [[googles frantically]] it says … Tide Pods!
Exec 2 You Must –
Exec 1: That's it. Make it happen https://t.co/UxgQFqijfWebrit19659002??— Doug Saunders (@DougSaunders) October 5, 2019
It's fun and games until you mix these with your tide pods and end up with whiskey-soaked clothes and a tummy tuck https://t.co/MAz8L0YvvG Tu1919900900— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) October 5, 2019
they were free but would not otherwise. Thanks for your time and send me some whiskey-filled tide covers for my first reaction video.
– AvoidBurger 🍔🎮 (@VoidBurger) October 5, 2019
Finally! An end to the tired sibling holding a glass with a fine single malt, warm it in your hand, watch the light play on its deep amber and mahogany, enjoy the warm winter aroma rise as you swirl it in your hand and enjoy the taste of your lips . No more! https://t.co/nu59ap1FGjebrit19659002??— Dan Rebellato (@DanRebellato) October 5, 2019
What – and I fear that, even with the very best of intentions, it is quite likely will not be possible for me to emphasize this to some extent we may consider to be enough – fu https://t.co/0K9eEQ9b0cebrit19659002??— Patrick Stokes (@patstokes) October 5, 2019