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Brewed better through science.
Our patented process was developed by a team of scientists, engineers, and coffee experts. After several years of R&D, we’ve optimized for every key variable in making unbelievably delicious coffee out of the highest quality beans.
Peak flavor preserved
at -321 degrees
A liquid nitrogen bath locks in the expansive flavor profiles developed through our innovative brewing process. The result is the most complex coffee you’ve never tasted. Keep our capsules in your freezer and simply melt into the beverage of your choice, hot or cold.
Our extraction and preservation methods result in a stronger, more flavorful cup.
Our aluminum capsules are 100% curbside recyclable.
If you’ve got water and a cup or mug, you can have Cometeer.
Melt all of your favorite drinks.
Melting a Cometeer is as easy as peeling back the lid of one of our capsules. Cometeer is also machine-compatible.
What’s with the name?
Comets are frozen, forward-moving, and impactful. Just like us.
Is this instant or freeze-dried coffee?
No. Freeze-dried is dehydrated coffee. When you remove water from brewed coffee, you remove most of the volatile flavor and aroma compounds that make coffee taste so delicious and complex. Cometeer is hyper-fresh coffee, brewed and frozen at the peak of flavor.
How is this sustainable?
We completely eliminate waste from beans or ground coffee going stale on-shelf, optimize the yield of each bean (nothing is wasted from poor brewing), compost our grounds, and have created the world’s first fully curbside-recyclable aluminum capsule. Metal recycles forever.
What happens if the capsules melt?
Capsules can be refrozen if not used immediately. Liquid capsules maintain peak flavor for up to 24 hours at room temperature or 3 days in the refrigerator.
Why is Cometeer invite-only?
We’re coffee perfectionists and want to keep our feedback loop closed. The product will be open to purchase for the public in 2021.