November 17, 2009
We've always been a clear coffee mug drinker here at Single Serve Coffee. We love how you can see the cream and sugar mix, and we love how the double walled clear mugs from Bodum keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold longer. We also love how no coaster is needed; the double wall of glass prevents condensation on the bottom of the mug. The mugs are made from durable, mouth-blown borosilicate glass is temperature safe and will never cloud in the dishwasher. The mugs are also dishwasher and microwave safe. One word of caution - be careful when you stir with large spoons or the like - the mugs are tough but can break with sharp contact.
At Bodum Bistro Double-Wall Insulated Glass Café Latte Mug
November 12, 2009
Terra Keramik has rebranded their line of amazing coffee, espresso, and cappuccino mugs and is now called Artazza. We like the new name, and wish them the best of luck as their coffee mugs are some of the best we've ever had the pleasure of drinking coffee from. You can read our earlier review of their coffee mug here.
November 4, 2009
We've been on the hunt for a new travel mug, and we like the look and features of the Contigo mug. The Contigo Travel mug features a patented autoseal lid, and is 100-percent leak-proof and 100-percent spill-proof. You do have to press to sip, and when you release the mug seals. Vacuum-insulated technology keeps beverages hot for 4 hours, and cold for 12 hours. Also, the contoured body makes this mug easy to hold, and it fits most standard car cupholders
At Contigo Double Wall Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Tumbler
October 9, 2009
We're thinking this crazy toilet mug might be just the place for good and bad coffee to go. This toilet-shaped mug holds up to 12oz of your favorite hot beverage (how about single serve coffee) and will make your co-workers and friends do a double take. The hand painted Toilet Mug makes a great gag gift for any coffee or tea lover, and will gross out anyone who has a weak stomach. Imagine some tootsie rolls or floating marshmallows for the ultimate single serve coffee cappuccino toilet mug drink.
Via Random Good Stuff at Toilet Mug
September 23, 2009
We think this mug would both gross us out (and everyone around us), and remind us to brush our teeth. Each mug is hand carved to give the teeth that special uniqueness they deserve.
Via Gizmodo At MollaSpace
August 28, 2009
Maybe you think of tea when trying to dunk things into a cup, but we often think of coffee. We love to dunk a good cookie into a cup of single serve brew to make it a bit softer and more flavorful. The Mocha Dunk Mug fits the bill when it comes to dunking items being on hand for your coffee or tea - they're stored right in the bottom.
Via The Red Ferret Journal at Dunk Mug
August 17, 2009
We often take it for granted when filling up coffee cups or other liquid vessels - we can see how full they're getting unlike the blind. Braun has developed a coffee mug that plays a sound when the mug is full to the rim with single serve coffee. The Braun Bell concept mug plays a chime when the liquid hits one of three levels within the mug.
Via DVICE at Yanko
July 27, 2009
It's Monday, and we're often feeling a bit toxic towards the week ahead. We think this Toxic Coffee Mug is the perfect choice to tell others that there may be something very nasty in your coffee cup or at least inside the person holding it. You can purchase this coffee cup for $9.99 from , and then you'll be all set to pollute your week moving forward.
Via Foolish Gadgets at Toxic Coffee Mug
July 22, 2009
We often feel the need to warn anyone in our general area to let us finish our first cup of single serve coffee in the morning or BACK OFFF! Now with a set of coffee knuckles on the table they'll listen good. The mug is a mix of metal knuckles (we hope they make a brass version) and a curvy ceramic coffee mug. We love the concept, and think this will make an amazing gift this Fall when the Fisticup is available.
Via Foolish Gadgets at Fisticup
July 3, 2009
Recently, students at Israel's Shenkar Academy of Engineering and Design were asked to redesign the coffee ritual. From coffee cups that fit together, to the example above that relies on the shape of the coffee and sugar molecules to make the experience something new, most of the designs are pretty breath taking. And we love how all of the designs, turn the coffee ritual into something more like sculpture, art, and design all mixed together.