February 6, 2015

Coleman Classic Enamelware Coffee Mug

Ceramic classic coffee mug

Given the temperature this morning being -5 here in Boston we’re longing for something classic that always made us think things were warming up. One thing that comes to mind is the Coleman Classic Enamelware Coffee Mug. We remember drinking from these at camp and in the ice shack fishing. These mugs are made of blue enamelware, and are very lightweight. You can fill up to 12-ounces into these coffee mugs, and they’re easy to clean plus dishwasher safe. We probably just need to double down right now and order some and perhaps it will warm up in response.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at February 6, 2015 7:29 AM
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These are terrible mugs for hot coffee or tea or, well, anything hot! The mug's material conducts heat, so the handle gets very, very hot. I bought two a couple of years ago to use when I travel (with my Keurig Mini brewer!). First time I used one, I picked up the mug after brewing a cup of coffee and it burned my fingers so much I dropped the mug on the table! My recommendation is DO NOT buy these mugs.


Posted by: Chief Dennis at February 9, 2015 2:34 PM
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