Aero Sprayable low calorie drinks is so millennial
For it owns its weird.
When was the last time you walked into a bar for just one drink – saw a long lost friend sitting at the other corner, reluctantly agreed for shots, losing the argument of old times sake, found new love for Taylor Swift’s breakup tunes, finished the night with the 8th sex on the beach, ran home to hydrate but woke up on the couch instead? Yesterday? Well, it’s the story of our lives. And for not so subtly placing the much required moderation in our lives – there’s now
Aero sprayable low calorie drinks!
Each spray is pleasant and cool and the last spray is as good as the worst. No more melting ice turning good drink into water. Is this even a …? They are small, light and can fit into your purse or trouser pocket as you groove to some sick beats on the dance floor. What’s even great about this new innovative packaging of alcoholic beverage is that there is absolutely no way to roofie it! God knows, it’s the first bar law we are taught – do not leave that good good on the counter! Sprayable drinks also score high on portability. Imagine carrying these to music festivals and never having to stand in the line that can kill any vibe.
Millennials have reshaped the food and beverage industry, big time. The kind of buying power they hold in today’s economy has led to legislative changes in how they are being served. Going micro is also a result of this generation being the most health conscious ever! Every food and beverage manufacturer is trying to unearth the most innovative way to get the cool kids on their side. All it takes is a tweet from a 26K something and you’re selling like hot mini pancakes!
The question remains – even though we do know that Millennials are critical of what they consume their food from and appreciate the use of green materials – how easy is it to move away from plastic and the conventional form of packaging? Is it affordable to replace the products we are used to in one drastic moment or will it be a slow change that will take some time getting used to? On that note, here’s a tip you can get started with – Paper Straws!