What is the best way of getting my coffee cup to quickly cool down?

What is the best way of getting my coffee cup to quickly cool down?

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  1. What! Sacrilege.
    No really, the youngsters seem to like those sweet, iced coffee drinks these days, which are gross to me, give me a hot cup of French roast with a splash of cream any day, but the iced drinks are cold from the beginning.
    But, if you really want cool hot coffee, blow on it, or pour it into a room temperature ceramic mug, which will suck the heat right out of it, or even make it a little strong and put an ice cube in it.
    But I say do none of the above, sip it slowly at first when it’s hot, and it will cool off in a few minutes as you drink it. You know this. Nothing better than that first sip in the morning though.

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  2. Probably the simplest way to cool down coffee is to stir it with a spoon – preferably with the figure-8 technique. Much faster is to pour the coffee back and forth between two mugs – this is something I’ve seen elderly Chinese people do.
    Alternative ways:

    Pour the coffee into a cold mug.
    Add cold milk or creamer.
    Place the coffee mug in the fridge for a while.
    Use coffee cubes.

    What is the best way of getting my coffee cup to quickly cool down?

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  3. Place it in a bowl with cold water.
    or use Whiskey stones (you place them in the freezer before and they don’t melt like ice would)

    What is the best way of getting my coffee cup to quickly cool down?

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  4. Coffee Joulies, as seen on Shark Tank!
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coffee_Joulies
    They’re metal shells with paraffin wax inside. The wax melts as 140 degrees F. In the same way ice cubes keep your drink at 32 F, since water changes phase at that temperature, the Joulies keep your drink at 140 F, since the wax changes phase at that temperature.
    The concept was originally devised by physicists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics.

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