Xpress by SmartCup is a single use french press to go you can fill with your favorite coffee. Aimed at higher end coffee shots that have micro-brew coffee, we think this is an interesting premise for a coffee shop trying to offer and show customers great coffee. We have received a set of the Xpress french press cups and they work really well. We feel a little guilty using them at home, but if you're on the go and got one at a coffee shop we think the guilt of throwing away a one use french press in a cup would be about the same as a cup and stirrer. Thanks again to Smartcup for sending.
If you want to freak our your fellow coffee drinkers just get this Piggy Snout Mug. On the bottom of this coffee cup there's a picture of a pig snout that looks real and is disturbing when you see it in action (just try and look way).
Being able to both drink your coffee and accessorize means a single serve coffee morning filled with reflection and beauty. The Ear Mug Coffee Mug has both the ear and the place for an earring which is going to make this perfect coffee morning possible. Imagine if you add a second mug? Two ears are better than one.
This is yet another NSFW mug, but it is sexy. Maybe your morning coffee will get spiced up a bit with the presence of this lingerie dropping lady. We think this would probably make a great gag gift that in the end would be used.
Relax and kick back and let R2 do all your morning repairs coffee style. R2's head comes off or can stay on the coffee mug to keep your coffee in stasis while you do your morning single serve coffee Jedi yoga. We're pretty partial to anything Star Wars related, and it's nice to see the light side of the force participate in something a little dark each and every morning.
The famous Rubik's Cube design has now been incorporated into the form of a coffee mug, and it's probably a good thing you don't need to solve the Rubik's Cube before indulging in your favorite cup of single serve coffee. It retails for approximately $15 from Spinning Hat, and we want one badly.
Thinking about making a perfect mix of milk and sugar in your single serve coffee mug each morning, then look no further than the Laboratory Beaker Coffee Mug to make it happen. This coffee mug looks just like a laboratory beaker, and has measurements all along the glass 400ml beaker complete with a glass handle. Sure you'll look a bit geeky, but then being perfect has it's price in the one cup coffee world.
Even though these Pantone Mugs are touted as being tea colors, we think this set of four (minus the flesh colored one) makes more sense as coffee mugs. We see strong dark roasted single serve coffee at one extreme, and a classic Dunkin Donut Medium Regular at the other end complete with cream and sugar. We'll let the pinkish light brown mug wander into the mix as your watered down coffee of the day you simply had to drink.
The Virgina Miracle in your Cup is set up to make a miracle happen for every cup of coffee you drink. Called the minor miracle mug, this 12 oz ceramic coffee mug with an imprinted bottom will give you an inspiring vision after you finish your morning coffee or tea - trust us.
Get your single serve coffee filled day off to the right start with the Tank Up Coffee Mug. The moment you fill up your coffee mug, the gauge will climb all the way from empty to the full mark. Heat sensitive magic makes the red line fill up to the top, and because of your piping hot single serve coffeee. Made out of porcelain this mug is going to set you back $11.99 and needs to be hand washed.
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