For many of us, coffee is a mandatory mainstay in our morning routines. Without it, we’re tired, crabby, and have trouble tying our own shoes, let alone moving forward with our day.
But with the new MoJoe from MoJoe Brewing Company, you never have to go without coffee again, no matter where you’re at.
The newest innovation from MoJoe Brewing Company, the MoJoe is the first ever personal mobile coffee maker. Based on siphon coffee brewing technology, the machine has two chambers and uses a combination of vapor pressure and vacuum to brew.
It runs on removable and rechargeable batteries that can be charged through a 12 volt car or house charger. This means it doesn’t matter if you’re on your morning commute or camping off grid, you don’t have to sacrifice your morning cup of joe.
Unlike other portable coffee makers, the MoJoe doesn’t need hot water to make your coffee. Instead, it heats hot or cold water to around 200 degrees Fahrenheit before it brews, making your coffee hot and delicious.
To use the MoJoe, simply use the detachable and reusable filter to scoop your coffee. Add water. Add cream and sugar. Press the start button and within a few minutes, coffee’s brewed, and ready to go, just like you like it.
At 9 inches tall, 3.5 inches across the top, and 3 inches at the bottom, the MoJoe fits in most car drink holders and holds 9 fluid ounces, which is the “traditional” size of a coffee cup. The personal coffee maker easily converts to a travel mug so you don’t need to worry about carrying around a cup, you’ve already got one.
Here are some other awesome features it offers:
If coffee’s not your caffeine of choice, the MoJoe mobile coffee maker can be used to make tea or hot chocolate. Simply follow the directions, add water, and wait. Soon your favorite hot beverage will be steaming and ready.
The MoJoe Brewing Company is doing its initial release of the MoJoe in August 2015, and is planning a relaunch in September with the help of a Kickstarter campaign.
And don’t worry if you don’t win. MoJoe Brewing Company is hoping to have the MoJoe in production and on shelves soon.