The WAHH Quantum Sensations delivers a spray that simulates the feeling of being drunk almost immediately. Although it only provides about 0.075 ml of alcohol liquid, it claims to give the user a brief moment of light-headedness and distraction. Seemingly harmless, it would take 1,000 sprays to reach the alcohol level equivalent of that gained by drinking a typical alcoholic beverage. Each capsule only holds two milliliters of liquid.
Developed by Harvard professor David Edwards, who previously created similar sprays, the WAHH Quantum Sensations container was designed by Philippe Starck. According to GizMag, "The aim was to provide the same agreeable sensation as comes with a sip of alcohol, but without the risk of becoming drunk."