Hey Joe Coffee Mug

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Just when you thought single cup brewing was the most convenient way to enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning, the Hey Joe Coffee Mug hit the scene.

It doesn’t take a Keurig more than a few minutes from the second you decide you want a cup of joe to the moment you’re actually enjoying one – but Hey Joe can do it better. Sharing the same name as the Jimi Hendrix song (although we’re not sure if that’s intentional or not) Hey Joe is looking to challenge the way we’ve been trained to consume coffee. More than just a travel mug, this bad boy will brew a cup of coffee inside the mug itself, on the go. Crowned “the future of coffee,” using this battery powered coffee mug is as simple as adding any temperature water to the top, sliding your coffee tray in on the side, and pushing a button. The best part? The coffee brews to the perfect drinking temperature, meaning no need to wait for your coffee to cool down before you can start drinking. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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