Hot Box Your Ride with this Car Coffee Bean and Essential Oil Diffuser


If you’re a coffee lover, be it professionally otherwise, your car probably smells of coffee, especially if you’re not really picky about vehicle hygiene. Not exactly a badge of honor, but not entirely do not Either way, the aroma of coffee his car gives off is simply a matter of fact, depending on your existence and how often you use your four-wheeler. It takes years of diligent seasoning to make your brew smell like your favorite brew (mine currently smells like the lighter roast coffees of Colombia).

What if you don’t have time for all that? You need your car to smell like the inside of a drum roaster and you need it now. Luckily for you, there’s KeySense, a coffee bean and essential oil diffuser designed specifically for use in your horse-drawn carriage, and it’s live on Kickstarter now.

Reminiscent of a tulip glass or a Glencairn, the KeySense works by clipping directly onto your car’s air vents, releasing aromatics from the container’s contents throughout the cabin. All you have to do is add your favorite whole bean coffee, a few drops of an essential oil of your choice, and voila, your car is now your own personalized aromatherapy chamber.

How about a Yirgacheffe with lavender oil? Maybe washed columbia and orange oil? Or maybe you want that natural anaerobic oil and star anise funk. The world (your car) is your oyster (smell factory).

With just under four weeks left in the campaign, this obviously much-needed car accessory only raked in $133 of its $350 goal, but I feel like we can get it over the line. arrival. For as low as $39, you can get a coffee diffuser kit, which includes two sets of coffee diffusers and a bottle of beans. According to the Kickstarter, assuming the campaign gets better, the rewards will start shipping later this year in June. For more information or to support the campaign, visit the KeySense Kickstarter page.

Zac Cadwalader is Sprudge Media Network’s Managing Editor and a Dallas-based writer. Read more Zac Cadwalader on Sprudge.


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