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Boog Coffee Warmer Heats Up Your Coffee in a Jiffy

by Hazel Chua
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My name is Hazel, and I’m a coffee-holic.

There, I said it. My day is literally incomplete if I don’t have at least one cup of joe in my system. A steaming mug is all I need to go from blah to TADA! in a jiffy. That said, one of my greatest pet peeves is pouring coffee out of the pot only to find that someone turned it off and let the coffee go cold.

Boog Coffee Warmer

Jung Eun Park’s solution? The Boog Coffee Warmer!

It looks just like a typical spoon or stirrer right off the bat, but pull on that little ringed end over there and you’ve got yourself a handy and portable coffee warmer on-the-go.

Boog Coffee WarmerThe wide end of the Boog actually contains a packet of calcium chloride while the farther end of its hollow interior contains a few milliliters of water. Pulling on the red tab will combine the two substances and set off an exothermic (or heat releasing) chemical reaction that will provide the needed heat to up the temperature of your brew up a few degrees in a couple of minutes.

It’s still a concept for now, but I can definitely see the Boog’s potential of changing up the way people enjoy their mid-afternoon coffee.

[via Yanko Design]

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