With TasteStick, you simply pull the single-handed trigger and TasteStick dispenses the salt across your food. By seasoning this way, your taste receptors receive the perfect amount of salt sensation with every bite.
VIENNA (PRWEB) May 29, 2018
TasteStick, the first and only salt dispenser that distributes the perfect pinch of salt, has launched on Kickstarter. TasteStick is a patent-pending, trigger-operated salt dispenser that puts the user in control over the amount of salt used and the spread area. The technology for TasteStick was developed and tested with the TU-Wien (Technical University in Vienna).
“Salt shakers and salt mills give us zero control over the amount of salt we use, and they don’t allow us to spread the salt equally,” said TasteStick Founder Axel Grohs. “But, with TasteStick, you simply pull the single-handed trigger and TasteStick dispenses the salt across your food. By seasoning this way, your taste receptors receive the perfect amount of salt sensation with every bite.”
TasteStick releases a preset quantity of salt (30 mg, which is just 1/160th of a teaspoon) with each use, so users do not have to worry about overindulging. It also dispenses the salt across food, which makes for an even application, so the taste receptors receive a perfect amount of salt with every bite. TasteStick uses hygienic salt storage, meaning its special mechanism keeps TasteStick closed, even during use, which protects salt from being contaminated or caking. TasteStick is made with a BPA-free, food safe plastic and a stainless steel design.
TasteStick comes with 200g of salt and three refillable cartridges. Each cartridge holds 66g of salt, which allows for 2,200 uses before refilling. Users can also refill the TasteStick cartridges with their favorite free-flowing, fine-grained salt. There is a small window on the side of TasteStick that lets the user know when it is time to refill the cartridge.
TasteStick is currently available on Kickstarter at a discounted price of €45, or roughly $54. To learn more about TasteStick, visit pr.go2.fund/tastestick.
Axel Grohs has found that a fraction of the amount of salt commonly used is sufficient when
small amounts of salt are evenly applied across the food so the taste receptors can react quickly
to the salt. This led him to develop TasteStick for the perfect pinch of salt every time. For more information about TasteStick, visit http://www.producthype.co/tastestick.