There's a theory making the rounds that vibrations of the right frequency will cause the molecules in a drink to rearrange themselves in curious ways, thereby altering or enhancing the flavor.
The Keefer is the only place I'm aware of that's actually serving tuning-fork-blended cocktails, so I met there with several people, including David, Danielle, and a woman named Free Lee, who works at the bar and is also a somatic and energy therapist. In addition to its (possible) mixological applications, harnessing vibrations is a form of alternative medicine, in which tuning forks are placed on ailing people like acupuncture needles. (There's also a fledgling industry selling "vibration infused" beverages intended to improve health. An Ontario company called Wave Miracle Water, for instance, offers water with "vibrational encoding" in four wellness-enhancing frequencies.)
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