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(The Takeout)   Frozen coffee puck drawing strong interest from investors. No word how they taste covered in bees   (thetakeout.com) divider line
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2021-10-21 10:35:42 AM  
So, they're removing the health benefits of fresh brewed coffee, combining it with a need for refrigeration and I still need to boil water. Yes, I'm sure it tastes slightly better than a KCup or instant, but why go through all that?
 
2021-10-21 10:41:57 AM  

Joe USer: So, they're removing the health benefits of fresh brewed coffee, combining it with a need for refrigeration and I still need to boil water. Yes, I'm sure it tastes slightly better than a KCup or instant, but why go through all that?


Because it doubles as equipment for street hockey?
 
2021-10-21 10:43:08 AM  
So it's a Canadian Don Rickles???
 
2021-10-21 10:51:04 AM  
So ... you'll put a frozen puck into a cup of hot water, thus cooling it down and probably requiring you to reheat it in the microwave.  And the pucks will probably require you to put them in 8oz of water, so if you want a proper cup of coffee, you'll need to use 2 at a time.  And you have to keep them in the freezer, which is less convenient than a cupboard.  And it'll take just as much time to brew a fresh cup -- more, probably, since you'll have to reheat it after it's done melting.

Yeah, nah, not seeing the appeal here.
 
2021-10-21 11:24:27 AM  
Seriously, puck off.
 
2021-10-21 11:34:57 AM  
(shrug) Whatever.

I do the cold brew thing. Yes, I still have to heat it, but per cup, I'm guessing the cost is lower, plus no need to freeze. And coffee grounds (from which I make the cold brew) don't need any refrigeration at all.

But you do you, boo.
 
2021-10-21 11:42:05 AM  

Joe USer: So, they're removing the health benefits of fresh brewed coffee, combining it with a need for refrigeration and I still need to boil water. Yes, I'm sure it tastes slightly better than a KCup or instant, but why go through all that?


Knocking it out of the park won't do here, so how about you just sliced it into the net?
 
2021-10-21 11:54:22 AM  
Using refrigeration is so Eart Friendly
 
2021-10-21 11:56:38 AM  
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2021-10-21 12:10:09 PM  
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2021-10-21 12:56:57 PM  

Joe USer: So, they're removing the health benefits of fresh brewed coffee, combining it with a need for refrigeration and I still need to boil water. Yes, I'm sure it tastes slightly better than a KCup or instant, but why go through all that?


They make the urinal smell nice.
 
2021-10-21 1:06:46 PM  
I like my women like I like my coffee: ground up and stored in the freezer.
 
2021-10-21 1:51:20 PM  
Why bother with hot water.  Just eat the damn thing. That should give you a jolt.
 
2021-10-21 2:45:49 PM  
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2021-10-21 2:55:05 PM  

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Add some freshly harvested spaghetti and you are aces!
BBC: Spaghetti-Harvest in Ticino
Youtube tVo_wkxH9dU
 
2021-10-21 3:01:47 PM  
Coffee pucks ? Been done...
Max-Pax Coffee - coffee in a coffee filter ring
Youtube snT2O4IIPI8
 
2021-10-21 5:24:33 PM  
Make it freeze-dried so it is shelf stable.
 
2021-10-22 1:44:11 AM  
A local coffee shop freezes its leftover drip coffee in ice cube trays, serves them with fresh coffee or espresso the next day. Iced coffee with no dilution is kind of nice
 
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