In order to convert regular tap water into carbonated water, seltzer bottles, which are often referred to as soda siphons, are utilized. They were at their peak of popularity prior to the widespread mass production and distribution of carbonated soft drinks like soda and seltzer, although they are still used infrequently today.
What is a siphon bottle?
A device for pouring carbonated or soda water is known as a soda siphon (sometimes written syphon), which is also known as the seltzer bottle or siphon seltzer bottle. The term ″aerosol″ was first used in France in the year 1790 to refer to carbonated beverages that were self-pressurized and contained carbon dioxide.