TY-KU, which its makers call "the world's first sake liqueur," is a multi-purpose drink.
The jade green liqueur, distilled from more than 20 ingredients, also is being marketed as containing "natural aphrodisiacs, health supplements and fruit extracts."
Then we get to the container it's sold in: a Chinese-made, pyramid-shaped bottle that illuminates each time it is picked up, thanks to a battery-powered LED in a hermetically sealed membrane.
The bottom and the top closure are injection molded from a chrome-coated special plastic known as ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene). The way in which the electronic components are housed makes it possible to easily recycle the bottle because the bottom can be removed.
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