Coil Coffee Chiller

May 29, 2015

Category: Gear

Looking for the ultimate cup of cold coffee? You just might be able to find it at home with Coil, a coffee chiller that drops the temperature of your freshly made brew from 210 degrees to 48 degrees in mere minutes; all without ever touching ice. That’s a major win since coffee is always at its best right after it’s brewed.

Coil is made of four ceramic pieces, the bottom container with a spout, the middle container (which holds 9 feet of coiled stainless steel tubing), and the lid. You can brew directly into Coil or pour your brew through the steel tubing. Just fill the middle container with ice and cold water and you’re drinking delicious cold coffee in less than four minutes. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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