Make Iced Coffee, Sans Ice, With HyperChiller

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Make Iced Coffee, Sans Ice, With HyperChiller

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$37

HyperChiller Iced Coffee Maker

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As I’ve said many times, iced coffee is a brilliant way to sell people ice for the price of coffee (which is mostly water to begin with). Cold brew on the other hand is a different process that results in less acidity, among other benefits. The HyperChiller might not make cold brew, but it’s dead simple and works with the brewing gear you already own to rapidly chill your coffee.

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You can pour or brew your coffee (or alcohol) directly into the HyperChiller, which surrounds your beverage of choice with ice-filled stainless steel. This process drops the temperature of your drink by more than 130 degrees in under a minute. No dilution. No effort. No coffee shop markup. Dishwasher safe.

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Shane Roberts

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Executive Editor, Commerce

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