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Elite Gourmet HyperChiller Patented Instant Coffee/Beverage Cooler, Ready in One Minute, Reusable for Iced Tea, Wine, Spirits, Alcohol, Juice, 12.5 Oz, HC1 Black
|Item Weight||0.7 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.25 x 4.25 x 6.75 inches|
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Introducing the HyperChiller Iced Coffee Maker, the EASIEST way to make delicious iced coffee at home!
Save time: no need to wait around for cold brew or waste 15 minutes going to the coffee shop each day.
Results in one minute: you can turn fresh hot coffee into perfect iced coffee in as quickly as one minute! The HyperChiller Iced Coffee Maker can chill your drink by up to 130°+ in 60 seconds without dilution.
Save money: the average iced coffee will run you $3-4. It can pay for itself in just two weeks!
Compatible with any brew method: it is designed to conveniently fit into most full size single cup brewers, has a high-volume 12.5 Oz capacity, and a deep lid for easy use with any traditional brewing method.
Dishwasher safe: The product's unique patented design has four simple parts, easily disassembles and is machine washable.
Other uses: use it to chill a bottle of wine, your favorite whiskey or some iced tea. The HyperChiller Iced Coffee Maker cools all liquids without any change in flavor or dilution!
How it works:
- To assemble: just add water and freeze.
- Once frozen, carefully pour (or brew directly from your compatible single cup machine) coffee into the lid.
- In as little as one minute after your fresh hot coffee is inside, it will be chilled by up to 130° without dilution!
- Then just pour into your regular drinking glass or mug and enjoy. To get it icy cold straight out of your Iced Coffee Maker, allow an extra minute or longer inside the product.
- Store the product back in your freezer, so its ready for next time.
Compatible with full-size single cup brewers
For the ultimate convenience, brew directly from your compatible single cup brewing machine. You'll be enjoying a freshly brewed iced coffee in as little as one minute after brewing completes!
Compatible with all traditional brewing methods
Carefully pour your coffee into recessed area of the lid, and it will flow through the opening and into the center cooling chamber.
Chill more than just coffee
Works great with wine, whiskey, tea, juice, etc! We recommend it for any uncarbonated liquid.
It's like adding 30 ice cubes to your drink, with NO dilution.
Two layers of food grade stainless steel protect your drink from ice dilution.
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First, when pouring hot coffee into it fresh out of the drip, I wouldn't say it exactly chills it. It more like brings it up to room temperature. You still have to pour it on ice which will melt and you get the dreaded dilution.
Second, when emptying it out the ice that chilled my coffee certainly melted, and also started coming out of the 4 breathe holes on top. So two problems here: 1, I get that melted ice water poured into my glass and 2, you have to keep topping off the two internal water chambers before putting back in the freezer.
I'm just not impressed with the design. It just sits in the bottom of my freezer without being used now. It's too much effort for what it does, and doesn't do well.
For those not fully familiar with how it works, what it's accomplishing is trying to surround your liquid with as much ice-behind-metal as possible. So, it has a center chamber of ice behind the metal, then and outer chamber of ice. The inner chamber fits inside the outer with about a cup's worth of space that's between the inner and outer chamber. This exposes your liquid to the greatest surface area of super-cold metal that they can, and since your liquid is only touching metal, and not the ice itself, it doesn't matter the temperature of the liquid poured in. You can pour in boiling water and while it may end up melting a bunch of the ice behind the metal, none of that water will mix with your drink. So, whether you're chilling a wine, dropping hot coffee to cool it off, or just wanting to rapidly drop the temp of that fresh lemonade you made without making it watery, this will get that done.
I love iced coffee. I am just not a fan of the flavor of cold-brew coffee and have a (now confirmed) theory that coffee flavor changes over time, with fresh coffee having a best flavor.
I make two aeropresses of coffee every morning and swirl each (separately) in the hyperchiller for around two minutes before putting them in my travel cup with ice. Wonderful iced coffee for my trip to work. With iced coffee I can taste the regional differences in coffee beans and subtle notes of flavor that, at least to me, disappear when served hot. My morning cup is way more than a caffeine source, it is a source of pleasure, with the hyperchiller, even moreso.
What I like: It works.
What I dislike: It takes up room in my freezer. It takes time to chill the device before it is ready and cannot be quickly recharged for many back-to-back uses (if I have guests)
UPDATE 07/24 - Customer service reached out to me to replace the defective unit at no cost. Nick was pleasant, efficient, and had helpful information. Great company to do business with, and as I said in my original review, the product was excellent before the defect. I have since changed my rating, as the company stands by their product.
Overall, a year of buying coffee outside would cost me $1,200-1,3000, a huge number. Using this with ground coffee from the super market reduces the spending to less than $100, which is a a huge save.
I definitely recommend this product
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I think anyone reading this in the U.K. Can agree that the price of iced coffee is astronomical! (But damn is it yummy).
Can I secondly mention that the chiller does exactly what it says on the tin and remarkably well!
A few pre-remarks:
My freezer is set to -21 degrees and so it only took a few hours before the product was ready for its first use, though the instructions mention 12 hours.
Upon looking at the chiller, it is very sturdy and very forgiving and no doubt will last for years to come. The black plastic construction makes it look a lot more expensive than it is (confirmed by a friend who was stunned by the price). Internally the product has two stainless steel cups / dividers that separate the ice (that freezes your liquid) to the liquid you use. They are also well built and I can't see them breaking any time soon.
Now for my little niggle on the product. I'm very happy with every aspect as mentioned about, but the fact is, the compartment that chills the liquid is far to small for a greedy guts like me. I have managed to figure a way around this by making a batch of coffe in a jug, letting it cool for a while and then poring it into the chiller half at a time.
Unfortunately this method makes the use of the chiller slower and wouldn't be ideal for someone who likes a large drink "to go".
The important part:
The chiller has to be prepped by filling the compartments with the specified amount of water before hand. This is very easily noted by little notches on the side of the stainless steel cups.
Once frozen you are ready to make your first iced drink.
I was pleasantly surprised to pour a boiling cup of coffe into the chiller and Have an iced coffee ready in what I'd call a realistic 2-3minutes. The instructions give you guidelines on how long it takes but lets be honest, it's like buying a car and the manufacture lies about the Emissions ... cough cough Volkswagen cough cough...
I found that gently swirling the chiller 100% sped the cooling process up (as guidelined in the instructions) and would recommend doing this if you are impatient like me.
Once the process had completed, the ice felt like it has melted slightly in the compartments. Due to this I doubt it would chill another boiling batch straight away. (That's why I wait a little while for the coffe to cool when I make 2 batches)
Emptying the iced beverage from the chiller worked really well with no "dribble" or mess, rather it shot out of the pouring spout and went straight into the cup.
Cleaning the chiller is an absolute breeze ... (don't worry my jokes don't get much better) as it's large enough to fit a cleaning cloth into and it can also be put in a dishwasher.
Refilling it again for the next use is easy as 1.2.3.
As a side note you don't have to clean it every time after use but if your a clean freak then clean as required.
I hope this helps someone who is on the tipping point of wether or not to purchase this.
If I haven't already mentioned I only gave 4* as I'm a little upset on how much this can cool at any one time.
Holds quite a bit of volume to my amazement and does turn any liquid instantly cold - the longer you keep it in there the colder the liquid will become. 60 seconds is all I've needed. The best thing is you can use it for any liquid you want to cool and just rinse and throw back in the freezer.
It is pretty huge, looks like something out of Star Wars - Darth Vaders cup. Solid build.
Was slightly dubious as to if it would work but it does, highly recommend.