An influential moment in one's childhood is the advent of dipping milk and cookies. Such an experience is considered unsophisticated and therefore it is somewhat barred from reaching a more mature audience. [Insert name here] is a series of ceramic pieces that elevate the experience of milk and cookies, making it available to an adult crowd in the process. [Insert name here] achieves this with the help of a process called reverse spherification. The first piece of the set, the spoon, measures out the perfect amount of milk to be spherified. It is then poured into the chamber filled with a bath that creates a skin around the milk. The milk spheres are spooned onto a serving tray to stop the skin thickening process. The spheres are eaten with cookies, specially molded to cup the spheres to prevent spillage.