The 'Biem Butter Sprayer' is a delicious kitchen gadget for people who can't get enough of the dairy spread. The device instantly turns sticks of butter into a liquid spray that can be evenly coated onto any dish.
The Biem Butter Sprayer uses a simple system to atomize sticks of butter. The waterbottle-sized device has room for a single stick of butter. Once inside the cartridge, thin layers of heaters in the walls of the sprayer begin to melt the butter immediately. This liquid butter travels down to a reservoir at the bottom of the device. When the consumer presses a button on the outside, the reservoir's liquid butter is sprayed out in the same way as a spray bottle for detergent.
Though it might seem decadent, the Biem Butter Sprayer only shoots about 1/4 of a teaspoon of butter per second -- likely less than most people use with a knife.