Hula Girl Kona Coffee In Outer Space The International Space Station - currently orbiting our planet 230 miles away - is right at this very moment stocked with Hula Girl Freeze Dried instant coffee.
KONA Hawaii, June 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- You can buy a box of twelve Hula Girl Coffee freeze dried sachets for $8 plus shipping, so as to impress all of your friends by saying, "I only drink coffee that's also consumed in outer space."
Now to add some cream or sugar to it, because no shade, you are probably going to need it. Which was precisely the problem astronauts faced: that big old nasty mother ship has no condiment bar, nor is there an orbital barista aboard to hand-craft a custom amount of cream and sugar to each cup. Instead, the spacemen are given set ratios of coffee to milk and coffee to milk and sugar.
Nauts both astro- and cosmo- complain about the current system's viscosity and mouth feel. When you're flying high above the Earth, doing your spacely duties, you don't want a big thick cup of coffee sludge. You want something that's balanced, soft, and delicious. If space is the final frontier, having a drinkable brew must surely be one of mankind's top research priorities.
Enter a team of bright and handsome young college students, determined to change the galactic balance in the name of good taste. With the help of Hula Girl , NASA and the Texas Space Grant Consortium, these three young bucks have concocted a whole new way to inject hot water, sugar, and cream in Hula Girl Freeze Dried instant coffee pouches. Watch this incredible video:
To view this video on YouTube, please visit:
Fred Robinson Hula Girl Coffee, 8082830521, firstname.lastname@example.org
News distributed by PR Newswire iReach: https://ireach.prnewswire.com
SOURCE Hula Girl Coffee