Safe Cup, the cup that reduces alcohol, arrives on the market


Many would have liked to know this past Christmas, a time when more alcohol is consumed on many occasions than usual, the Safe Cup, the glass that reduces the alcoholic strength of wine.

Yes, you read that correctly, because the Safe Cup is capable, according to scientific studies endorsed by SITAC (Italian Society for the Treatment of Alcoholism and its Complications), of reducing alcohol content and calories in a glass of alcohol by up to 30%. came.

With a classic design, the glass apparently looks like a regular glass, for it to take effect it is necessary to oxygenate the wine inside it in an anti-clockwise direction with an orbital movement. In this way, the wine will fall against the internal relief and will create a chemical and mechanical reaction that reduces its alcohol content.

Thus, thanks to some grooves inside the glass in a semi-spiral shape, this movement described above causes part of the carbon dioxide present in the wine to be released. By reducing carbon dioxide, the absorption of the alcohol in the drink will be much slower, giving time for the stomach acids to destroy the alcohol particles, reducing the amount of ethanol that enters the blood by up to 30%.

In addition, according to the scientific studies carried out, this rotation favors the oxygenation of the drink, improving the qualities of the wine. If you want to get hold of them, the glasses can be ordered online at a price of approximately 30 euros six units.

Be that as it may and even despite this reduction in alcoholic degrees, from Directo al Paladar we advocate that responsible alcohol consumption should continue to be a priority.

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