Who knew every college student’s hero would be masked as a Harvard biomedical engineering professor? David Edwards, the man behind the caffeine inhaler AeroShot, is back at it again, but this time with WA|HH Quantum Sensations: a spray that lets you go from sober to drunk in a matter of seconds.

How often have you crushed through a case of Bud Light only to be disappointed when you feel nothing if not a slight buzz? With WA|HH, getting drunk is as simple as a spritz.  Although the sensation wears off almost immediately, you never have to deal with the pesky headaches — you can even pass a breathalyzer test.

The short-term effects are reportedly due to the 0.075 millileter dosage. According to Yahoo! News, it would take 1,000 sprays to equal the level of alcohol packed into a conventional drink.

The one downside is that the spray, which goes for about $26, is only set to hit European shelves. No word yet on whether it will make its way to America.

AeroShot, Edwards’ other prized creation, was issued a warning in March by the FDA over “false and misleading” labeling. Feared it could become the new Four Loko fad amongst college students, AeroShot’s been discouraged. Yet, if WA|HH makes its way across the salty seas, back to Harvard where Edwards is giving his lectures, the FDA might have some bigger concerns.

We’re keeping our fingers crossed for WA|HH’s arrival. Repeat after me: A spray that gets you instantly drunk, then immediately sober and you never have to feel hungover. Really? Where’s the problem?

Photo Courtesy of International Business Times