Sno is the cold wind of the Scandinavian fjords. The force of the unpredictable element inspired the creation of Norr SNO — a bottle that cools itself. By using physical phenomena derived from nature, it instantly cools down alcohol, regardless of external sources of energy. The unorthodox shape of the bottle and innovative cooling function are meant to attract attention amidst typical vodka bottles.
How does it work?
It’s all thanks to the bottle, with a mix of compressed gases, located in the base of the bottle. Turning the base by 90 degrees opens the container with gases, which move into the tunnel going through the packaging. By turning from liquid to gas, it absorbs energy from its surroundings, thus cooling the bottle.
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