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Sugar Lab 3D Prints Cocktail Bitters into Glamorous Shapes and Colors

Sugar Lab 3D Prints Cocktail Bitters into Glamorous Shapes and Colors

LOS ANGELES, Calif., January 22, 2021 -- Sugar Lab announces 3D printed cocktail bitters just in time for Valentine’s Day and available at SugarLab3D.com.  These glamorous cocktail garnishes, printed in a perfect blend of table sugar and Angostura bitters, highlight the extraordinary potential of 3D design and 3D printing in the cocktail and beverage experience.

Sugar Lab’s own culinary expert Chef James Bickmore-Hutt developed the first-ever 3D printed bitters recipe. “3D printing with bitters brings function along with incredible forms because sugar and bitters are critical to so many famous cocktails.  For Valentine’s, the team developed romantic engagement diamonds to adorn Champagne flutes with kaleidoscopic beauty.”

“This is just the beginning of what we can do in the cocktail and beverage space,” continues Bickmore-Hutt. “As we continue to innovate with sugar, bitters, and other on-trend and provocative botanical ingredients, we’ll develop our own cocktail recipes for home mixologists to whip up sensational drinks to impress and savor.” 

“Our goal at Sugar Lab is to pursue chef-led culinary innovations in partnership with our skilled digital design team, using 3D printing technology,” says Kyle von Hasseln, CEO and co-founder of Sugar Lab. “3D printed bitters and sugar combine the best cocktail traditions with the potential for new colors, shapes and ingredients to admire and enjoy.”

The Valentine’s Bitters are not the only recent breakthrough announced by Sugar Lab. Earlier this month, Sugar Lab launched the first-of-their-kind, 3D printed chocolate truffles and bonbons. Although chocolates and bitters are featured in Sugar Lab’s Valentine’s Collection, they will become a mainstay of their product line year-round.

About Sugar Lab:

Sugar Lab is the world’s first true digital bakery, run by a small team of rogue chefs, architects-turned-designers, and tech geeks in East Los Angeles.  Its parent company, Culinary Printworks, creates custom designs and flavors for professional chefs, caterers, and major brands.  Culinary Printworks and Sugar Lab products are 3D printed with the Brill 3D Culinary Studio, the world’s first food-safe, stainless steel, commercial-grade 3D printer for professional manufacturers.  Sugar Lab’s kitchen operates under LA County Health Department guidelines.  To learn more, visit SugarLab3D.com and CulinaryPrintworks.com.  Follow Sugar Lab on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.