Hyperchiller Iced Coffee Maker

Keep chilling your freshly brewed hot coffee with ice cubes if you enjoy watered down iced coffee. Otherwise, try the Hyperchiller Iced Coffee Maker. Fill Hyperchiller to about 90% with water and place it in a freezer for about 12 hours. Then, brew a batch of fresh coffee straight into Hyperchiller or pour the already brewed coffee through its lid from the carafe. Swirl it every few seconds, and in about a minute — depending on the amount of coffee you’re trying to cool — your beverage will have dropped in temperature by roughly 130 degrees Fahrenheit thanks to the high contact area of its design, and all without one bit of dilution. It also works well for cooling other beverages such as wine and spirits, albeit with shorter cooling times lest your drink get too cold.

Grab one at Amazon – $30