Puff your way to a coffee boost? A Vancouver company recently launched a caffeinated vaporizer that could change the way people get the a jolt of energy a cup of joe affords.
Eagle Energy Vapor is a “portable energy infused product,” which basically allows you to puff on your morning coffee instead of drinking it. Each vaporizer lasts three days, with a total of 500 puffs. Five to 10 puffs should be enough to get your boost for the day.
The product looks like an e-cigarette and says it does not contain any sugar or calories. The vapour is said to contain guarana extract, ginseng and taurine — and no nicotine.
“Eagle Energy Vapor is a Canadian based startup out of Vancouver led by Elliot Mashford, Karson Hutchinson, Stephan Allen and Matt Lang,” notes the company’s press release about their expansion into the U.S. market.
The product costs $74.99 for a box of 10, or $8.99 per stick, which is considerably cheaper than many Vancouver coffee lovers’ locally-roasted pour-over brewed coffee habits. The product is currently available online, Gateway Newstands or Shefield & Sons.