Iced coffee minus the melted-ice taste, courtesy of the Snapchiller™
If David Dussault hadn’t been such an iced-coffee lover, he might have followed a different career path. Dissatisfied by how insipid the flavor of iced coffee becomes as the ice starts to melt, and disappointed in cold brews, the mechanical engineer came up with a way to chill coffee without adding ice or using a fridge. “It’s not iced coffee or cold brew, but an entirely new category,” says Dussault. “It’s Snapchilled™” — a term he’s coined for coffee made with his unique invention, the Snapchiller™.