Drinkmate Beverage Carbonator
[1] Drinkmate can carbonte any beverage—not just club soda and other soft drinks, but coffee, juice, tea, and wine. It’s available in black, red, white, and Arctic blue (all photos © Drinkmate).

Carbonated Beverage Carbonator
[2] You’ll love carbonated iced tea.

Drinkmate Beverage Carbonator
[3] Carbonate cocktails or straight spirits. That’s what bartenders did in the 2021 World Cocktail Competition.

Carbonated Beverage Maker
[4] One carbon dioxide cartridge carbnates 60 liters, or 63.4 quarts.

Drinkmate Drink Carbonator
[5] Carbon wine for instant bubbly, whether red, rosé, or white.

 

What’s not to love about Drinkmate beverage carbonating system? You no longer have to carry heavy bottles of club soda and carbonated soft drinks—or recycle the empties.

You save money, schlepping, time, and the environment—no empty soda bottles to recycle.

The unit has a small footprint on your kitchen counter. No electricity s required.

(Read the captions in FB Photos)

And unlike other home carbonation systems, which are limited to just carbonating water (subsequently adding syrups to make soda), Drinkmate can carbonate any beverage.

So we’ve been having lots of fun carbonating:

  • Chocolate milk, coffee milk, and other milk drinks
  • Cocktails (with no dilution by club soda)
  • Iced tea and coffee
  • Sports drinks
  • Wine and more!
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    A true delight is carbonating chocolate milk into an instant egg cream, and carbonating still white wine and rosé into sparkling wine. A celebration with bubbly is just a push of the button away.

    It works with red wine too—and few of us have actually experienced a sparkling red. It’s delightful.

    And Drinkmate was chosen as part of the finals in Diageo’s World Champion Cocktail Competition last year. Fifty top bartenders from 50 countries competde against one another for the title of “World’s Best Bartender.”

    Drinkmate enabled them to create exceptionally carbonated cocktails in the Johnnie Walker Hidden City Highballs Challenge.

    (Carbonating anything besides water in a SodaStream machine, for example, will void the warranty.

    You’ll want a Drinkmate for your kitchen, and if you’re lucky enough to own a boat with a galley, one for there as well.

    And Father’s Day gifting is just around the corner.
     
     
    PROPRIETARY TECHNOLOGY

    First of its kind proprietary technology makes Drinkmate able to carbonate any liquid. Drinkmate offers carbonation lovers everyday versatility by carbonating any beverage.

    The technology uses the familiar carbon dioxide canisters that other systems use, and there’s a cartridge exchange program to recycle the empties and give you a discount on the next cartridge purchase (it’s easy via door-to-door exchange, drop ship, or brick and motor stores).

    There are four colors: black, red, white, and the new Arctic blue.
     
     
    SYRUPS FOR HIGH-END SODAS

    While other carbonating systems developed syrups for popular soft drinks—cola, ginger ale, root beer, and low-calorie versions of these and others, etc.—Drinkmate turned to the more elegant soft drink culture of Italy.

    Made in Tuscany with lower levels of pure cane sugar, the options include:

  • Ginger & Lemon
  • Italian Blood Orange
  • Pink Grapefruit
  • Sorrento Lemonade
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    There’s also a Mojito Mocktail and an Energy Drink.

    You can use syrups from other brands to make other drinks, including sugar-free sodas and flavored carbonated water.
     
     
    GET YOUR DRINKMATE!

    Head to the website. It’s that easy.

    For retail, here’s a store locator.

     


    [6] See how easy it is to carbonate drinks, with the push of a button.

    Drinkmate Carbonated Orange Juice
    [7] Start the day off with bubbly: carbonate your orange juice!.

     
     

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