soda siphon


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

soda siphon

a sealed bottle containing and dispensing soda water. The water is forced up a tube reaching to the bottom of the bottle by the pressure of gas above the water
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The soda siphon has been around as early as the 1800s.
A soda siphon (15) or seltzer maker (16), both fueled by carbon-dioxide cartridges, adds effervescence to any liquid.
Break you up in little pieces, they'll ave to sweep you up orf the floor to find out 'oo you--!' "But at that point the barman, who'd been following the conversation with increasing interest, raised a heavy soda siphon and brought it crashing down on the stranger's head.
The profit margin, whether using litre bottles of soda or a soda siphon, must be massive and is totally indefensible.
Place mixture in soda siphon and charge with cartridge of C02.
I would like to buy a pineapple ice bucket and a soda siphon like the ones she has.
The pages feature a Georg Jensen corkscrew, glassware from Tiffany & Co., a Williams-Sonoma soda siphon and coasters designed by Arne Jacobsen.
Coleridge refused to pose for pictures and drinkers squirted our snapper with a soda siphon.
Place in soda siphon and charge with one cartridge C02.
Retro ice crusher, pounds 47.65, (01179 825 169 www.thecooks kitchen.com) And how about a soda siphon? pounds 39.95, ISI (01782 207 755)
The Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon we had selected before deciding on our meals - yes, I know that's a faux pas, but what the heck - thankfully managed to avoid the curse of the soda siphon.
Indeed, these colors appeared on products ranging from Guzzini's Gildo small-electrics line to ISI's new soda siphon to new bakeware lines from Newell Cookware Europe and Tefal (T-Fal in the U.S.).