July 2, 2008
The mug features three different rotating bands that will unveil your drink preferences to you, your spouse, or whoever is seeing or refilling said coffee cup. The top band determines whether coffee or tea is your preference, and we know it's coffee - come on! The middle band determines the the milk preference, and the bottom band determines the sugar preference. The Drink Selector Mug is available for $24, and should ensure you don't get a bad refill or first fill of single serve coffee every morning. It might even be a good way to remind those of us who wake up hard what we should put in our coffee.
June 11, 2008
Feeling a bit lazy this morning? Maybe too lazy to stir your own cup of single serve coffee? We have a solution - the Gevalia Self Stirring Single Serve Coffee Mug. This mug gently stirs your single serve coffee at the push of a button, and it can keep your coffee hot for hours. With snap-on, see-through sipper lid, this 12-oz. capacity coffee mug is made of insulated stainless steel, and it even includes 2 AAA batteries for $19.
At Gevalia Self Stirring Single Serve Coffee Mug
June 4, 2008
Integrating your computing experience with your caffeine intake might seem like science fiction, but in fact we live in a time where this could be easily done. This concept of a computing single serve coffee cup is indeed what could be pouring forth from Apple or some other computer maker someday soon.
The designers of the "cup" envision a cup that literally pours information in waves of holographic images for your daily consumption. Have a big creative meeting? Then spill your thoughts onto the conference table. Whatever brew you decide to share, this idea could be in the single serve coffee cup of your future.
At "The Cup" Computer by Hyuh-Jin Lee & Hyeroung Choen
May 28, 2008
We're always in the mood for a mug that changes it's appearance based on hot or cold. Sure, we've seen color changing mugs in the past, but this one is straight forward, and actually nice looking. The black color is cold, and the white stands for the hot. The lettering on the mug will also change from cold to hot. The price - a cool $25. HOT!
April 29, 2008
Looking for an eco-friendly way to keep you cup of single serve coffee or tea warm? We give you the Amico. Currently only in concept stage, the Amico is a cactus like "solar plant" (much like the Flip Flap) which you put in a bright spot, and the Sun will then gently warm your single serve coffee, up to 22 times a day. We think more single purpose Sun powered devices are going to be coming out and we're excited, but we want a little battery storage on board for those cold and rainy days to keep our coffee warm.
April 24, 2008
Luigi Bormioli's doublewall glassware keeps your single serve coffee hot, and easy to handle. Clear drink ware gives makes for impressive single serve coffee drinking when you have guests over, and day to day - why not impress yourself? Packed 4 to a set, these double walled coffee cups are designed in Italy, lead free, and dishwasher safe.
At Luigi Bormioli Duo 10-Ounce Double Wall Coffee/Latte Glasses
April 9, 2008
Coffee cups, glasses, and even espresso cups are always flat to the mouth making it seem always a bit pressing to get your first sip. And not only are they flat to the mouth, they are often fat to the mouth. This new coffee cup designs both curves the side to fit your mouth, and it is thinner at the lip to make it easier to drink from. We think designer Jinhong Lin should be contacted immediately and get this coffee cup out for the holidays.
Via DVICE at Yanko Design
March 17, 2008
One of our readers Beth S. sent this in, and we have to tell you our initial impression - WOW. Spring and Summer is coming, and we can imagine ourselves drinking a very nice iced cup of single serve coffee with a little something in it from this Tiki-Mug. Each one of the mugs is handcrafted, and as of this morning going for a little over $245 at Ebay.
- The mug is a whopping 9 and 1/4 inches high and weighs 6 pounds 8 ounces.
- It is entirely hand-crafted out of glazed high-fire ceramics with porcelain teeth and details.
- This is a one-of-a-kind sculpture, never to be repeated.
- Signed and dated with the day it was made - You can celebrate its birthday!
March 6, 2008
It's got to be one of those weeks for amazing coffee mugs, because the amazing coffee mug factor just keeps going, and going, and going. If you haven't heard of Yuno (you-know), then you haven't been combing the blogosphere for the latest in not really available technology that makes you yearn for the future. Yuno is a finalist in Microsoft's Next-Gen PC Design Competition, so you won't be able to purchase it anytime soon.
Yuno is perfect for anyone who checks their e-mail before their first cup of single serve coffee in the morning, or during the checking of said email. The Yuno let's you get your caffeine fix while you check your e-mail, see a traffic report, or check your stocks with its touchscreen. It measures 6.25 x 3.75-inches and has a detachable CPU bottom so that you can pop it in the dishwasher.
Via Gear Live at Yuno
March 4, 2008
Perhaps you live in a neighborhood where the combination of brass knuckles and a coffee cup could come in handy, or perhaps you just want to look tough with your cup of coffee. Whatever you decide may be the reason for needing a set of brass knuckles with your single serve coffee is probably best left up to you, and you alone. This cup is the work of Simone Brewster who tends to get violent while drinking, anything, or it would seem so by his convergence of brass knuckles and coffee.
Via DVICE at Punchups