If you haven’t yet heard of Coffee Joulies, then get ready for a game-changing development in the world of perfectly served coffee.
Life on earth can exist because we live in what scientists call a “Goldilocks Zone.” Really. Lab-coated men and women of science say that with a straight face. Funny, right? Anyway, what they mean is that conditions here on earth are just right for us to exist.
Let’s not veer too far off-topic. Coffee has a “Goldilocks Zone” too. You know what we’re talking about. It’s not too hot, but not too cold. It’s just right, just like the baby bear’s porridge.
Well, Coffee Joulies are designed to keep your drink in that perfect temperature range.
The Story of How Coffee Joulies Came To Be
Two design geeks named Dave had a problem. They were tired of their coffee being too hot to drink, but they were also frustrated with the fact that once it did reach optimum drinking temperature, it didn’t stay that way for long. Pretty soon, it was too cold to properly enjoy.
While some folks might simply burn their tongues or complain about that meager window of opportunity for the perfect coffee experience
, Dave and Dave decided to do something about it.
So, they developed the Coffee Joulie, which are stainless steel “coffee beans” filled with a top-secret (but totally nontoxic) mystery goo that melts at 140 degrees Fahrenheit. As it melts, it absorbs excess heat from the drink.
Once the beverage cools down to the goo’s melting point, the goo transfers the heat back through the stainless steel shell into the coffee, solidifying in the process.
Trying Out Coffee Joulies in Your Cup
Put a Coffee Joulie in your next cup, and you’ll find that it quickly reaches the proverbial Goldilocks Zone and stays there for a really long time!
You won’t need to worry about catching your cup at just the right moment to get the best experience. You can drink it at your leisure, and be assured that you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy it.
And here’s another cool factoid about these miracles of modern science; Coffee Joulies are made in a former Oneida silverware factory, right here in the good old U. S. of A!
Oh, and did we mention how cool looking they are? They’re like giant metal beans from a shiny galaxy far, far away. Coffee Joulies are also a wonderful gift
for the design-obsessed coffee lover in your life. Of course, there’s nothing stopping you from buying a set for yourself. Why not? You deserve a special present.