A coffee brewing “straw”: JoGo

A coffee brewing straw? This sounds like one of the newest weird (and portable) ways to brew coffee, but it isn’t very complicated at all. The brewing straw, called a JoGo, is essentially a completely reusable straw fitted with a metal mesh filter at the bottom. What for you ask?

The straw expects you to brew your coffee in your own cup (coffee grounds and hot water) and to sip with the straw, filtering out coffee grounds. This is in essence a french press, with the straw acting as the press, and your coffee mug being the container. The end of the straw that meets your mouth is a heat regulated tip, so that you enjoy every sip of your freshly brewed cup of coffee.

Simple design, great use.

This would undoubtedly be a boon for travel, if not just simple convenience when you don’t feel like firing up your coffee maker. I can just imagine the raising of eyebrows when people see all the grounds floating around in your coffee, as if you’re a barbarian that just couldn’t be bothered to filter the grounds. Seeing as that it’s essentially a mesh filter straw, it has many applications; you can throw tea leaves in your cup and the leaves be filtered with the straw. If you really hate fruit pulp for some reason, the filter works for that too.

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