January 31, 2005

Single-serving Coffee Can Image!

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Thanks to the folks at cafepods.com for sending this in.

"Hi Jay,

yep I remember these, I used to work for company that sold a similar product about 10 years ago. It made instant espresso. Its very big in Japan, both self heating cans and vending machines that heat a store of cans. Heres the image of the nescafe version I believe that puck will just be a rebranded version of this. From memory you just press a button on the underneath of the can, it releases one chemical into another causing a heat reaction.

http://www.weblogsinc.com/common/images/5337902701267656.JPG

Regards
cafepods.com"

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 31, 2005 2:29 PM

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only word that pops into my head is, "YUCK"


Posted by: Hwan Valdeez at February 1, 2005 4:08 PM

hey,

they tried this in the uk and it bombed and was withdrawn. the coffee was awful, it was expensive (you bought a 330ml can and a third of that space was heating chemicals) and it was slow to heat up. nestle pulled it from the market after a few months for "further development".


Posted by: si at February 1, 2005 3:59 AM
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