August 16, 2005

Brugo Self-Cooling Coffee Mug

Brugo-Coffee-MugSingle serve coffee drinkers beware, there's a new mug in town - the Brugo™ Coffee Mug. This mug has a "Temperature Control Chamber" at the top which measures out a drinkable portion of coffee. It then cools it down to 150-170°F., which provides optimum taste at a comfortable temperature. The lid has three settings:

  • "Tip and Cool", which allows you to drink using the Temperature Control Chamber
  • "Sip" which bypasses the Chamber allowing to drink like a normal cup
  • "Lock", which closes the cup.

Via Strange New Products at Brugo

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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 16, 2005 12:22 PM

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I'll take one too! :-)


Posted by: Jay Brewer at August 17, 2005 4:26 PM

i guess my question is, does the mug keep your coffee hot enough to require cooling down? I've yet to find a mug that keeps heat long enough for me to worry about my coffee being too hot..

you guys can all buy me this for Christmas and I'll let you know if it's any good. ;)


Posted by: Jeffrey Spencer at August 17, 2005 3:27 PM
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