Coffee And Tea Lovers: Cool Your Hot Coffee with Coffee Joulies

yellow glass with coffee bean inside

Don’t you hate it when you pour yourself a cup of coffee… and then life happens. You would like to cool your hot coffee and chug it down, but it’s way too hot! Then, you know, the kids wake up. The phone rings. The hot UPS guy comes to your door and you have to spruce yourself up before you open it. 

Man – life sometimes throws you curveballs.

metal coffee beans

And who suffers? That poor cup of coffee because it just gets old and stale, unloved and unappreciated. It wanted to the hot, but you just weren’t ready. And you didn’t have the time to wait. 

UNTIL NOW THAT IS!

coffee joulies keep coffee hot

The 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, so you can cool your hot coffee 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.

So bring it on life!!! Because I am SO going to be ready.

About Vera Sweeney

Vera Sweeney – mom, blogger, and New York resident – is the founder of Lady and the Blog. Her main focus is to help busy women stay on top of the latest style, culinary, and parenting trends.

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  1. lizzys wrote:

    that is so hot!

    Posted 8.5.11
  2. carol l wrote:

    Yeah, sounds great! I HATE cold coffee!

    Posted 8.5.11
  3. hey iced coffee is better than cold coffee, and it has it’s lovers! I am one of them! However the Joulies are a great invention to get coffee to the temperature you need now.

    Posted 8.5.11
  4. clenna wrote:

    What a great idea. I love it. I wish I had these for my coffee.

    Posted 8.5.11
  5. Deb J wrote:

    Has anyone actually tried these? I know they are quite pricey, but I might consider spending the money if they really work.

    Posted 2.23.12
  6. Jules wrote:

    If you drink, won’t they slide toward your mouth and burn you?

    Posted 4.29.12
  7. AngieFranks wrote:

    @Jules.. but would you really be tilting a mug full of piping hot liquid towards your face at 100mph? no. think about it… you tilt it slowly and sip..

    Posted 7.23.12
  8. Deb H wrote:

    I saw this product featured on the TV show, Shark Tank.

    Posted 1.13.13
  9. Stacey wrote:

    I usually ask my Starbucks barista to cool my latte down to 130° which is much much cooler than your average cup of Joe. 140° really isn’t very hot at all. Fresh coffee is much hotter

    Posted 1.9.14
  10. Leonardo wrote:

    I’m interested in the coffee beans warming my coffee. Please tell me how I can get this?

    Posted 4.26.14

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