At my former workplace, my room was at the first floor. But the pantry was at the third floor. I hated dragging my lazy ass upstairs just to get a hot drink. Once I got my hot coffee, I’d take it SLOWLY down the stairs and into my room, where it turns cold in less than 10 minutes. I tried putting it on a cup warmer I got (using the USB port), but it was barely warm. Room temperature maybe. Then I found Hot-Can, which heats up on its own, via a heating mechanism that also happens to be eco-friendly. The bottom of the can contains a heating catalyst, and all you need to do is to push the actuator button which crushes the seal separating the catalyst ingredients. Water is then released into the quicklime, starting a reaction that heats the contents of the can by 50-55°C in less than 3 minutes.
This indicates that the steaming has stopped.
Dato Kenneth asked me what I wanted in the can, and I said, “Soup please!” A brilliant concept, don’t you think? Hot-Can comes in a Hot Chocolate, Cafe Latte & Mocha (new) flavour, retailing at RM8.80 per can. Thank for the invite, Nazeen.
*For more information on Hot-Can, log on to their website at http://www.hot-can.com