The old Scottish brand Glenlivet has released edible capsules of whiskey

A couple of years ago, there was an epidemic among teenagers called the Tide Pod Challenge. In it, the participants were asked to eat a capsule with washing powder and be sure to film the process. After that, you will probably be in the hospital. Now, completely different capsules have appeared, eating of which can even give pleasure - after all, they were developed by the famous brand of Glenlivet whiskey.

A small amendment: pleasure from capsules is proposed to be received only by adults and with full awareness of responsibility. Otherwise, it is: the 200-year-old Scotch whiskey maker has indeed put the alcoholic cocktail in a rapidly degradable shell. You don't need to mix anything, and you can cool a new type of whiskey without any ice, which only dilutes the precious drink. And you don't even need a glass.

In a press release, Glenlivet says it is rethinking how you can drink whiskey. In fact, the alcohol of the future looks like small, biodegradable drinking bags. The capsules are made from seaweed extract, the discarded shell will decompose in about a month without any harm to the environment.

But the most important thing is, of course, the content. Each Glenlivet capsule contains inside 23 milliliters of the finest Scotch whiskey.