This post will show you how long it takes coffee to cool down and how to get your coffee to cool down faster.
It will usually take coffee around 10 minutes to cool to a drinkable temperature. However, this depends on the temperature you brew your coffee to, the amount of coffee and the type and size of cup used.
To cool your coffee faster, the easiest option is to just put it in the fridge for a few minutes. You can also make the coffee first before making preparing other things so that your coffee will be cooling down while you are busy with other tasks.
How long does coffee take to cool down?
The rate at which coffee cools down depends on a variety of factors, such as the type of coffee, the size of the cup, the ambient temperature, etc.
In general, however, it takes around 10 minutes for coffee to cool down to a drinkable temperature. Coffee begins to cool the moment it is poured into a cup. The heat from the coffee starts to transfer to the surroundings, and the coffee starts to lose its heat.
The rate at which this happens depends on a number of factors. The size of the cup will also play a role. A small cup will cool the coffee down faster than a large cup assuming that the large cup has more coffee in it and is not wider.
The ambient temperature will also have an effect. If it is a cold day, the coffee will cool down slower than if it is a warm day.
How to cool coffee down faster?
There are a number of ways to cool coffee down faster. One way is to pour it into a cup that is already filled with ice cubes.
Another way is to put the coffee in the refrigerator for a few minutes.
If you are in a hurry, you can put the coffee in the freezer for a minute as well, but be careful not to leave it in there for too long.
How long does coffee take to cool down in the fridge?
It should only take a few minutes for your coffee to cool to a drinkable temperature when left in the fridge. Start by leaving the coffee in there for just three minutes and see if it is cool enough for you.
The time it takes for coffee to cool down in the fridge varies depending on the temperature of the fridge, the size and type of container the coffee is in, and how much coffee is in the container.