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Product Description

Take your dinner parties to the next level with the Spherificator. This automatic, hand-held device allows you to turn virtually any liquid into caviar-shaped pearls, and is capable of producing up to 700 pearls per minute. This is a great tool for foodies, chefs, bartenders, and anyone who loves to entertain!

The Spherificator uses sodium alginate (seaweed extract) combined with calcium chloride (salt) to create a perfect membrane around each droplet. This kit comes with enough of the necessary compounds to supply for more than 50 dinner parties, and it's easy to replenish your stock online or from specialty grocers.

Amaze your friends with your ability to harness the reverse spherification technique with ease. For you gastronomists who have already tried this, say goodbye to your syringes— the Spherificator makes the process incredibly fast and consistent. Let your imagination run wild with the endless possibilities of ingredients and recipes you will now be able to enhance for your guests.

Product Details
  • ColorsBlack
  • Materials
    Plastic, Rubber
  • Measurements
    3"L x 3"W x 10"H
  • OriginImported

— Warranty: Manufacturer's 1 Year
— Automatic Pearl Former
— Produces Up To 700 Pearls Per Minute
— Choice Between 2 Sphere Sizes
— Easy To Clean Until The Water That Comes Out Of The Machine Is Completely Clear

— The Spherificator
— 70g Sodium Alginate
— 100g Calcium Chloride
— 100g Sodium Citrate
— User Guide/Recipe Booklet

Do you have a list of foods with problematic calcium content?

Basically, it's safe to assume anything with calcium is going to give you issues - it doesn't take much calcium for the reaction to take place.

Will it work with alchohol?

Yes, it works with all sorts of alcohol. It's been done with whiskey, tequila, vodka, rum, and scotch.

Do they dissolve in liquid?

No, they do not. You can store them in liquid to keep them for a couple of days. The best way to do this is to store them in the same liquid that the pearls are made from; this reduces the color loss that can happen over time if they're just left in water (the pearls will slowly bleed color into the water).

Is it kosher?

The powders are not certified Kosher, but they are just salts and seaweed extracts.

Can the pearls be frozen for longer storage?

Yes, they can be frozen. If you store them in the liquid they're created from, they'll stay firm for a couple of days without having to freeze them.

Shipping Information
  • Shipping Availability
    — Canada, USA
  • Shipping Policy
    Standard Ground Shipping
  • Ships In
    2-3 weeks
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return