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  • Michelle Botes

    See that silver coffee bean thinger in there? That is a Coffee Joulie. It was invented by 2 guys, both named Dave, that are design engineers. They got sick and tired of drinking coffee that was too hot or got cold too quickly. Those little beans in there are metal temperature keepers. They cool your "too hot" coffee down to 140 degrees and keep it there for about 5 hours. (as soon as I read that line I was hooked) You can also use it in tea, hot chocolate, and any other hot beverage!

  • Gina Marie Barbieri

    Coffee Joulies gift idea for matt

  • stikla

    Coffe Joulies. They absorb heat from your coffee or tea when it is too hot and release it back into the drink to keep it at perfect temperature.

  • arthur holt

    Coffee Joulies work with your coffee to achieve two goals. First, they absorb extra thermal energy in your coffee when it’s served too hot, cooling it down to a drinkable temperature three times faster than normal. Next, they release that stored energy back into your coffee keeping it in the right temperature range twice as long. #drinks #gadgets

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