Can taste be silent?
Tony Conigliaro, a global pioneer in drink creation, answers that question in a recently published issue of his limited-edition magazine, Drink Factory. The latest issue, named Silent Neon Flowers, is built around the concept of "silent flavor," where we are asked to imagine a world stripped of anything except flowers.
Drink Factory, founded in 2005, was created with the aim to push boundaries and tell a new story through their art. Silent Neon Flowers, described in the issue's introduction as, "our own rule-breaking, our playtime, and at the risk of pretention, perhaps even our liquid haute couture," gives its readers an exclusive look into the minds behind the mad scientist-esque concoctions (with recipes to try at home, too).
See some of the issue's innovative creations below:
The issue's front cover.
The first of the fourteen featured drinks. This one is called "Fig Flower."
This unique cocktail in a test tube resembles a plant more than anything else. It's called "Morning Glory."
A cocktail shot from top view, so it actually resembles a petri dish. The drink is called "Edelweiss Twinkle."
Read more about Drink Factory here.