Hot water freezes faster than cold water. This may seem counterintuitive, but it’s known as the Mpemba effect. Scientists now believe this is because the velocities of water particles have a specific disposition while they’re hot that allows them to freeze more readily.
Water has a very low carbon footprint - so opt for drinking locally sourced water whenever possible. When getting your daily dose of caffeine in the form of a large cappucino, there are some additional considerations though. Cow-milk adds 560g CO2 emission to your personal carbon footprint, soy milk 230g, and with only 215g oat milk is the most enviornmentally friendly choice. Locally sourced, organic oat milk of course.
»Nothing is softer or more flexible than water, yet nothing can resist it.«