Selling booze in a bar: generally not a problem. After all, it is a bar. \u00a0Up selling, though, now that's a whole other story. And that's where the Jevo automated Jello shot maker fits in. For another high quality automatic drink device, read our Keurig Vue review.\r\n\r\nCheck Out:\u00a0Latest\u00a0Kitchen Appliances\r\n\r\nWithin just 10 minutes of hitting the "start" button, you can have a tray of 20 jello shots infused with the booze of your choosing. \u00a0Traditional jello shots, the ones made at a frat houses, take up to 4-5 hours to produce because the gelatin has to solidify. If you like using this Keurig-like device, you may want to also take a look at our Keurig Platinum review.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=cJYvyWdBwK0\r\n\r\nIt's not totally clear how the Jevo accomplishes what some might call this "magical feat" in less than 5% of the time of normal jello shots. \u00a0But one thing is for sure, Jevo has developed special Keurig like pods that contain the flavoring and gelatin. \u00a0Pop one of those into the machine, drop in any bottle of booze and you're good to go. \u00a0And yes, it fits any bottle of booze.\r\n\r\nIt's likely that bar owners will appreciate not only the up-sell, margins and that the Jevo\u00a0tracks booze consumed, but that the device is connected to the Internet, allowing it to automatically reorder pods when inventory runs low. \u00a0And if your'e wondering about cleaning, don't. \u00a0The Jevo is apparently self cleaning.\r\n\r\nJevo was created by Jeff Jetton and Tyler Williams. \u00a0The duo raised $4.2 million, spent $3 million over the course of 3 years to produce the jello shot making machine.\r\n\r\nWant a Jevo? \u00a0You can reserve yours now.