Coldwave – For All the Iced Beverage Drinkers

Consumer Update

There are times when you need your coffee fix, but you don’t want to drink it hot. As a matter of fact and according to current trends, they suggest by 2020 that 60% of coffee sales will be chilled or iced.

Now, there’s an art to properly chilling a coffee while maintaining the flavor. A thing called Coldwave has mastered this art.

This beverage chiller chills coffee in 90 seconds or less while maintaining the aroma and flavor you love. Oh, and don’t worry. The taste will be preserved. You see, dropping ice cubes in your hot coffee only serves to water down your coffee, killing its natural flavor.

You see, Coldwave doesn’t freeze your coffee, it simply chills it. It doesn’t only work with coffee, but with tea, soda, wine or any spirit. What’s, even more, is that it contains purified water and is made from the safe BPA-free material that baby bottles are made from.

Coldwave turns your coffee from hot to cold in less than 2 minutes and room temperature beverages in 30 seconds. Also, did we mention any beverage? The Coldwave cools any beverage and doesn’t dilute your drink.

With Coldwave, there’s no assembly required and it’s totally safe. In addition, it’s also easy to clean – all you have to do is rinse it under water or stick it in the dishwasher and you’re good to go.

And if you’re wondering about aromatics being preserved, it preserves all the acidity and flavors of proper extraction without muddling or diluting the brew.

Coldwave, made in the USA, makes for a great gift if you know a cold drink lover – especially during the holidays. You can purchase the Coldwave for $39.95 by heading to today.



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