Monday, April 25, 2011
Coffee Joulies are an invention by two guys named Dave who were apparently tired of their coffee getting cool before they were finished their drink. These large metal beans are placed into the hot coffee and absorb excess thermal energy when the coffee is originally too hot at first pour, then they cool it to the perfect temperature quickly and keep it there by releasing that stored thermal energy back into the drink. We would like to say we chose to talk about these for the pressing need they fill but we were heavily swayed by the design. Clean lines, appealing shape, almost a shame to submerge into a steaming hot drink. Please use a clear mug.
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Labels: Food and Booze, Just Plain Cool
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ahh this is so awesome!I am such a coffee addict... I must get some.ReplyDelete