If you enjoy a glass of wine and own a smartphone you might be interested in a new device called the Miracle Machine, which has been created to help you transform water into wine, using a few extra ingredients.
The Miracle Machine has been designed to be the world’s first affordable accelerated winemaking device for the home, and has been built to enable users to create wine with the minimum of effort. Check out the video after the jump to learn more about the Miracle Machine.
The Miracle Machine has been designed as a table top appliance, and built using environmentally sustainable material. Its is controlled via a mobile application that guides you through the winemaking process, as well as monitoring its progress. The Miracle Machine takes just three days and just a couple of dollars to make wine that would normally cost at least $20, its creators explain.
“Simply add the concentrate and yeast into the machine, add 600 ml of water and then use the app on your smartphone to start the process. The water, concentrate and yeast sit in the Miracle Machine’s “fermentation chamber” while the Miracle Machine app monitors progress in the background.
Near completion, the app will direct you to add the small sachet of finishing powder, which contains the oak and other flavors that will allow your wine to taste as if it has been aging for several months to a year. 24 hours later, the app will then notify you through an alert letting you know that your wine is ready to drink.”
For more information on the new Miracle Machine wine making device jump over to the official website for details.
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