January 24, 2007

Ceramic Mixing Ball Coffee Cup

Mix

Newly-sprouted French design studio Anna Gram has released their newest concept, Ceramic for Mix. The included ceramic ball replaces a traditional spoon to mix milk and sugar into hot beverages such as tea and coffee. How does it work? You spin or rotate the hot glass while the ceramic ball mixes it up inside. We can only hope this doesn't result in your single serve coffee spewing forth from the top. The bottom of the clear glass is indented to hold the ball when it is not in motion as well.

Via Core77 Design Blog at Anna Gram

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 24, 2007 6:30 AM

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Does the ball come out? Hope it's not a chocking hazard! Pretty cool design, I think.


Posted by: Beth S. at March 12, 2009 12:42 PM
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