How To Get The Perfect Iced Coffee At Home In Just 1 Minute

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The start of spring means it’s officially the best time of the year: iced coffee season. Cold brew seems to be the warm-weather drink of the moment, but it’s an expensive habit to maintain. You could easily save more than $50 a month if you kicked your regular iced cuppa, but there is a solution that doesn’t involve cutting cold coffee cold turkey.

Instead of waiting 12 or more hours for cold brew to percolate in a standard iced coffee maker, the HyperChiller V2 Rapid Beverage Cooler can turn hot coffee, tea and other beverages into the perfect chilled drink in just 60 seconds. That’s probably faster than ordering one at your neighborhood Starbucks.

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Folks short on time will love that it’s incredibly easy to use. Simply pour hot coffee or tea into the HyperChiller and wait one minute ― and you’ve got a perfect summer drink. After it chills, you can pour your undiluted drink over ice or wait a little longer for it to get so cold that no ice is necessary. Who just got the chills?

This iced beverage maker uses two layers of food-grade stainless steel that, after some time spent in the freezer, can chill hot drinks up to about 130 degrees in as few as 60 seconds. Plus, it’s compatible with most single-cup brewers, like a Keurig. And, because your drink is surrounded by ice on all sides, it’ll cool down completely and be ready to drink faster than it takes you to lace up your sneakers and head to the corner cafe.

The HyperChiller is also dishwasher-safe and BPA-free, and it can cool down at least two beverages before it needs refreezing. If you’re ready to get your summer sipping on, the HyperChiller V2 Rapid Beverage Cooler is available now for just $29.99, at just a fraction of the price of a month of to-go iced coffees.

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This article was written by Liz Sommer on behalf of HuffPost Finds.