Coffee on a Tablet

  • Jason Martin, 29, has a patent pending on a method for dispensing 340 mg of caffeine in a tablet slightly larger than a common antacid, that dissolves in hot or cold water — or in your mouth, if you’re in a hurry.

  • The product will save time as well as money. The national average cost for a cup of coffee is $1.38, but he expects to market for $1.05 to $1.10 per tablet.
  • “You pop the top, pull one out, snap it in half, drop it in a bottle of water — hot, cold, medium. You shake it up. Instantly you will have that coffee. It’s real coffee, freeze-dried. It tastes good.”,0,7179923.story