Getting Fizzy with It

I  finally got myself a brand new iSi Twist n’ Sparkle Beverage Carbonating System. This little baby is the absolute bomb so I made a video review. It totally works as directed and will save me a boatload of money over the next year. I hope my review of the iSi Twist n’ Sparkle Beverage Carbonating System will make you go and buy one right away. Thanks goes out to my co-host of the In My Skine Podcast @Yoon001 and my buddy @ChrisOta for my new iSi Twist ‘n Sparkle.

I wanted one of these when I first saw it in my local Williams and Sonoma (my number one vice besides Moleskine Legendary Notebooks). I was lucky enought to get two of them for Christmas, my people really know me all to well. I had to make a video review of this and share it with the world. The thing that I find most promising about the system is it will not only save me money but it will allow me to give up drinking sodas in the new year. What a better way to fake sodas than to make fizzy fruit juices. I also can wait to make so sparkling alcoholic beverages

At first glance you may think it is expensive at $49.99 for the starter set and $19.99 for 24 cartridges; however it is way cheaper and healthier than my beloved Pellagrino and safer for you than Soda. I hope my review makes you want to go buy one right away.

Update on my Video Review:

I made Twist n’ Sparkle Grape-Apple juice last night and it was incredible. I used 100% fruit juice from Tropicana 10oz each of Grape and Apple then added some cold water to get it to the 950ml line. I places the whole bottle in the freezer for about 20 mins. When I was ready to fizzz it it had a thin layer of ice… It came out perfect. So my advise the colder the better. I think the more sugar content to fizzier but I like pure juices. This is gonna be great for my p90x training.

Thanks iSi.

[Source: In My ‘Skine]

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4 Responses to “Getting Fizzy with It”

  1. FizzGiz December 31, 2010 at 3:32 am #

    Have you never seen the Fizz Giz? Check it out at At under thirty bucks, I think it’s a better mousetrap. The twist ‘n sparkle is a plastic soda syphon that looks different than soda syphons of the last 200 years made of metal and glass.

  2. docrock December 31, 2010 at 11:19 am #

    @FizzGiz That looks awesome!!! I watched your stuff on the YT channel and the chicken thing looks killer.

    I will have get a FizzGizz because even the normal bulbs are hard to source in Hawaii but I can get the large bottles pretty easy here. It is impressive that it can use regular hospital sized CO2 bottles. Thanks again for the heads up.


  3. FizzGiz January 4, 2011 at 7:07 am #

    @docrock @FizzGiz Glad 2B of assistance. Here’s something I guarantee you NEVER thought of using a home soda maker for: It’s interesting to know you can get co2 tanks on the island w/o difficulty. Of course, the plethora of restaurants, snack shops & vendors with beverage machines is the source of demand for bulk tanks of food grade co2. Once you have your tank, main valve and an attached regulator, you can simply attach a hi-pressure hose and a Fizz Giz compatible dispenser (like the hand squeeze lever type in the vid you mentioned). Then your cookin’ with grease!


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