May 16, 2007
We've been trying to find a more Summer looking travel mug for our coffee and we think the Copco 16oz Jazz Thermal Travel Mug might be it. We like the nubbly dimples for gripping on the side, and we think the double walled construction with a stainless steel liner should keep our single serve summer coffee hot or cold. It also has a really nice non-slip base and the mixture of shiny and matte textures should keep up our design in mind like appearance.
At Amazon.com: Copco 16oz Jazz Thermal Travel Mug
May 8, 2007
Anyone remember the Weebles? These espresso cups have a round bottom that keeps them upright so they wobble but they won't fall down. So, if you're a Nespresso owner, or perhaps you just want to get that coffee lover in your life something different, these espresso cups are for you.
May 4, 2007
Now you can dial up your favorite cup of single serve coffee with the Smart Travel Mug With Temperature Control. The Smart Mug can heat liquids up to 160 degrees using the included 12-volt car adapter, and can alert you when your ideal preset temperature has been reached. Choose from red or blue and best of all it's only $29.95.
March 28, 2007
We like the thought of not having to remember to close the drink hole on our travel mug, and we like the look of the Contigo West Loop Autoseal mug from Ignite. This slim and trim travel mug will also fit into most drink holders and the quick release-quick seal trigger allows you to choose when to get your single serve coffee out of the mug. Currently available in black, silver, and blue, the mug also features double wall insulation and can be found at Target and other places for around $20 bucks.
Via Josh Spear at Ignite
March 15, 2007
If you're a huge fan of Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth, or are just an obsessive coffee mug collector, this Global Warming Mug from Firebox will either make your morning or scare the living hell right out of you. This worryingly relevant mug-with-a-message is adorned with a map of the world. Which is nice. What isn't particularly nice is what happens when you fill the mug with a hot cup of single serve coffee. Because as soon as the mug feels the heat, the land mass begins to disappear before your very eyes. Oceans start to spread across the coastlines as ice caps melt and water levels rise.
Our advice? Start drinking as much one cup coffee as you can with this mug around the office or house filled with disbelievers, and realize spreading the message about global warming is a very good thing.
Via Shiny Shiny at Global Warming Mug
March 5, 2007
Bodum now has the new Shin Bistro coffee, espresso, and tea cups available. These striking heat resistant glass mugs come with cork coasters to protect your coffee table. The design matches their Shin Bistro coffee press and we like the almost Star Trek feel of the entire line.
At Bodum and Amazon.com
March 1, 2007
With a silicone seal that ensures no more spills, the Click and Seal Travel mug from OXO can be operated with a single hand. You simply click the button to open and close the seal on this stainless steel 14 oz travel mug. The Click and Seal Travel mug is also double-walled and has vacuum insulation to keep your single serve coffee hot or cold up to 7 hours. And we like the slim and trim base, as it looks like it will accommodate a wide variety of car cup holders.
February 23, 2007
Want a square coffee cup with a bit of fresh design? Look no further than the new Hugo Danti design Veil. Veil is not just a coffee cup, but is a service set that consists of a coffee cup and saucer, a sugar bowl and a milk vessel. We like the merger of old design standards with new fresh lines and an eye towards the future portrayed in the 1950's.
February 15, 2007
We love a good travel press for a distinct cup of single serve coffee. Even so, one cup coffee can be tough to make on the go, but this Travel Coffee press has a 16 oz. capacity and you can brew and drink right from the travel press. It's also insulated with double walls and has a spill resistant lik.
At Clear Travel Press Coffee and Tea Maker
January 24, 2007
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