January 31, 2005

Single-serving coffee can heats itself

puck-inside.jpgConvenience does seem to be getting a new meaning every day. I saw this back in December - but forgot to post it until my good friend Bob W. sent it again. This looks to be very interesting.

Has anyone found a can of this? Please send in a picture or review if you have.

"Convenience is about to take on new meaning in the coffee aisle: single-serving coffee in a can that heats itself. Beginning Jan. 2, consumers can buy a 10-ounce container of Wolfgang Puck gourmet latte at the store and heat it by pressing a button. No electricity. No batteries. No appliances."

USATODAY.com - Single-serving coffee can heats itself

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 31, 2005 11:46 AM

Recent Comments

hi there it is very good if its still available upto now and i would like to make order of 12 cups of single-serving coffee in a can that heats itself.

but i do not know how and where could any one kindly send me information about it and it would be greatful


Posted by: taz at July 6, 2008 6:11 PM

On Good Morning America today the hosts had the single serve coffee cans on set and were featuring them in a discussion. The hosts seemed pretty impressed with how hot the can became but made no comment on the taste of the coffee.


Posted by: Sarah at May 3, 2005 12:23 PM

is this for real? $2.25 for a store bought can of coffee filled with chemicals? why would anyone buy that?!


Posted by: Rachel at February 1, 2005 7:40 AM
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