from joan rojeski studio, the ‘citrus spray’ is an attachment which can be twisted into oranges, lemons, limes and other fruit. the juice can then be sprayed onto salads, seafood and other dishes to season them, adding a dash of zest to any meal. the nifty device can also be used for flavoring soft drinks or cocktails!
the diffuser is easily screwed into the top of the fruit
designed by joan rojeski and alberto arza for spanish company lékué, use of the device involves cutting a small portion off the top of the fruit, slightly off centre from the stem. the threaded stem is then inserted and twisted downwards into the body of the fruit. once the silicone ring covers the insert area, the fruit is squeezed gently to fill the layers of the mister and allowing the citrus to be extracted when the head of the ‘citrus spray’ is depressed
the food utensil was on show at the tendence 2012 in frankfurt and comes in two sizes to optimize the release of the juices. joan rojeski studio specializes in smart, simple, and stylish creations that merge a barefaced functionality with aesthetically pleasing design.
joan rojeski’s design is being presented as part of tendence 2012 in frankfurt.