October 13, 2007
We don't advocate throwing away your travel mug each time you use it, but this travel mug is made of paper instead of stainless steel. Made to look like a conventional travel mug, these paperboard made cups are meant to seem like the perfect on the go coffee cup. We're not sure if they are recyclable, but we really hope they are.
October 2, 2007
At $200 these Snap Coffee Cups aren't cheap, but they can create some interesting art for your kitchen countertops. The Snap Coffee Cups snap together to form a circle or any random shape you choose. The set includes six handmade cups in various colors.
Via Uncrate at Etsy
August 23, 2007
We're tired of eyeballing our coffee and cream to get the same exact cup of single serve coffee. Aren't you? These new Pantone Coffee and Tea mugs will help stop the eyeballing and get you on track to create the exact remix of coffee and creamer every time. We can only hope that these mugs will work for our Pepsi and milk fetish as well.
Via Gizmodo at Suck Uk
August 20, 2007
Are you tired of trying to carry more than one cup of single serve coffee at a time to your guests who are demanding second and even third cups of coffee? The Link Coffee Mugs should fix this problem. These revolutionary mug links together, each one has a plus sign shaped connector, female on one side and male on the other, allowing them to connect up. The recommended maximum for linking up is six cups, but we think we could do eight or even possibly a dozen.
Via SlashGear at YankoDesign
June 28, 2007
If you aren't familiar with Pantone colors, chances are you aren't a graphic designer. In the past, many of the staff here at Single Serve Coffee enjoyed Pantone 168 C (a very nice red) and other Pantone colors. Even if you are not a designer, we think these brightly colored interesting mugs should pick up your single serve coffee morning.
June 25, 2007
Perfect for that discerning single serve coffee nose, the pick your own nose coffee cups are disposable cups that allow you to pick your nose. What can we really say? We like the idea and it looks like it would be perfect for a single serve coffee tasting party.
June 21, 2007
We really like the design of this coffee cup for your home. The finned ceramic cup for hot beverages can be held without burning the drinkers hands, because the fin structures put distance between the held surface and the hot liquid. The distance allows for a natural grip, as heat is dispersed to gently warm the hands instead of burn them.
June 14, 2007
This is a great idea for people who just can't seem to remember that coffee is REALLY HOT - make the the lid of your single serve coffee grow a bit more red if the coffee is really hot and then make it a nice maroon if it's cooler. Seems like a no brainer and something that McDonald's and other restaurants should look into for those hot coffee - sue the restaurant type of customer.
June 7, 2007
First of all - we love bacon, and second of all we love bacon and coffee. The Taz Ah mug can accomplish both these things and even cloak your coffee nose in a pig snout. You could also look at this mug and say, "What a great way to have someone have no idea they look like a pig." Because at plain sight, the Taz Ah is a white bone china mug, very thin, very high quality, and ready for pranks. However you use it, this mug is sure to be a hit for anyone getting or receiving it. You can also get the mug with a rabbit nose too, but we're bummed the dog nose is sold out.
May 22, 2007
We are a more of a "half-full" kind of web site here at Single Serve Coffee, but in our daily lives we like to have a more laid back sarcastic approach to living. If you think a clear mug with such a phrase warrants a good laugh or smirk, then this mug may be for you. The classic phrase "this glass is now half-empty" is screen-printed on the basic mug ($9.95) and etched onto the executive model ($19.95). We'd go with the etching over the print, as we think most printed mugs wear out over time - or do they? The best part of trying to purchase such a mug? It's only available at Despair.com.
Via Pop gadget