Aarke Carbonator II
Bring on the bubbles.
Who knew an at-home carbonator could be such a head-turner? This countertop hero sports an ultra-slim and compact design, plus a sleek finish that’ll dazzle wherever you set it. When you wanna add a little fizz to your water, just fill the bottle to the line, screw it into place, and pull the lever down to get things bubbling. Add a splash of flavor if you please, then say hello to sparkling goodness (with less waste, to boot!).
Oh, and here’s the kicker: You can get the bubbles going right away, since this one comes with an extra-sturdy bottle, a CO2 cartridge that’s good for 60 liters of water, plus a bottle of tonic syrup. Pick from three fun flavors (each bottle whips up about 15 drinks):
- Celery: A largely forgotten flavor that was popular in New York delicatessens of the 1930s, this one gets its crispness from celery seed and ginger, plus cucumber, green apple, and fresh celery.
- Rosemary & Cucumber: Clean and aromatic, this tasteful combo is just-right for mixing with gin—or whipping up a sparkly drink with a gentle bitterness.
- Classic Tonic: This iconic blend is made from fair-trade cane sugar, lemon juice, zest, lemongrass, and quinine, all to create a citrusy blend for your best-ever G&T (or SW&T...our new name for sparkling water and tonic!).
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Carbonator: Stainless steel.
Water Bottle: BPA-free plastic bottle with stainless steel base and cap.
Six Barrel Classic Tonic Syrup: Filtered water, organic cane sugar, lemon juice, lemongrass, lemon zest, citric acid, natural flavors, pimento. Contains quinine.
Six Barrel Celery Tonic Syrup: Filtered water, organic cane sugar, apple juice, cucumber, citric acid, ginger, celery, celery seed. Contains quinine.
Six Barrel Rosemary and Cucumber Tonic Syrup: Filtered water, organic cane sugar, cucumber, lemongrass, lemon zest, citric acid, natural flavors, rosemary. Contains quinine.
Carbonator: 6" W x 10.2" L x 16.3" H
6 Barrel Syrup Bottle: 2.9" W x 2.9" L x 7.3" H
Care & Notes
Wipe down carbonator with a micro fiber cloth and water to clean. If soap is necessary, be sure to use only mild soaps. Using strong detergents or abrasive cleaners could damage the finish of your carbonator. Water bottle can be cleaned with mild detergent and a plastic bottle safe brush. Refrigerate syrups after opening.
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