Molecule-R Aroma R-Evolution Volatile Flavoring Kit

Smell the flavor.

Just when you thought you couldn’t love eating even more the Aroma R-Evolution kit comes along. By amplifying the taste using scent, it will make your dining experience more enjoyable. To use simply insert the diffusion pastille on the Aroma Fork and use the dropper to infuse your chosen aromatic flavor. There are 21 volatile aromas included in the kit like banana, chocolate, strawberry, cinnamon, wasabi, smoke and more. Pick your favorite or combine different ones for a more adventurous eating experience.

$41 – $50
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