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
January 18, 2007
We love a good travel mug and often change ours out after 6-12 months of use for something a bit better. The Bodum Stainless Steel Vacuum Travel Mug is the way to go if you want to consume 16 ounces of coffee while you drive to work. We also like the large rubber grip on this travel mug and the entire travel mug is dishwasher safe.
- Vacuum-sealed thermal mug for hot or cold beverages
- Made from dishwasher-safe stainless steel
- Keeps drinks hot for up to 1 hour
- Fits most single serve coffee machines - Bunn My Cafe, Keurig B40-60, and others
- Stands 8-1/5 inches high; holds 16 ounces
At Bodum Stainless Steel Vacuum Travel Mug
December 20, 2006
The Teema collection is based on familiar and basic shapes – a circle, a square and a rectangle. Kaj Franck found them simply irresistible, and spent his time reducing all that was excessive, until only the essential remained. We love the fact the mugs are very stout and still have clean lines that transform them into a mug that's truly different.
Via Best Products at Teema Mugs
December 13, 2006
Need to tell your roommate or spouse what type of coffee you'd like from your single serve coffee machine without even uttering a word? Look not further than the Selector Coffee Mug. This unique piece of drinking equipment comes with stainless steel selector rings that can be twisted according to the beverage that you want (coffee or tea only) as well as the number of spoons of sugar and milk you normally take for that perfect cup of single serve coffee. A great holiday gift at $29.98 each.
Via Uber Gizmo at Selector Coffee Mug
November 16, 2006
Imagine drinking a steaming hot cup of single serve coffee from these mugs! Ian Walton's Sleeve design fancies up the to-go cup for use in your home. Hot beverages stay hot without scorching your fingers thanks to a removable plywood sleeve. The curved sleeve fits snugly around the cast ceramic cup for a seamless, modern look worthy of any design-concious decor.
November 8, 2006
We're starting to think ahead to entertaining and the holiday parties that we'll be hosting. Not surprisingly around the Single Serve kitchens we offer coffee at our get togethers. But in order to show off our stuff, we do up our coffees in glass mugs. We are huge fans of the Bodum double-walled coffee cups. Those cool double walls that let the drink hang suspended in mid-air. I am sure that you have seen them in our reviews and around the site. The other one that we like to offer holiday drinks in is a simple Irish Coffee Footed Glass Mug. They can really show off a nice latte, an Irish coffee or any coffee with some whipped cream; yum.
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October 24, 2006
Halloween is right around the corner. We just did a run down of some Pumpkin Spice single serve coffees
in K Cups and Coffee Pod styles. Well, we need something to serve those drinks up in, and we found these Halloween Festive mugs to enjoy our coffee in. I like the one with the witch on her broom. While I would recommend a nice coffee in these, a good hot cider is a great fall classic too. Enjoy.
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The Glow Cap was created to highlight the sip hole of a beverage lid, or for single serve coffee drinkers - a coffee cup lid! We're not sure how much glow you'd get in the city (as we're in Boston), but we can remember days of growing up in rural Maine where this might come in handy. We also think this might be a killer addition to movie drink tops, as we are always wondering where the straw end or drink hole is in a darkened movie.
We're not sure when you'll see glow caps, as the site seems to be from the inventor of the Glow Cap - Brandi Samuels. Maybe after a few rounds around the blogosphere, they'll get their wish and Glow Caps will start appearing in a dark place near you.
From the site:
Traveling between dusk and dawn means spending a good portion of time in dimly lit situations. Beverage consumption during such times can be difficult with disposable containers. The sip hole of a beverage cup lid is small and can become hard to find in the dark. Those trying to consume coffee, tea, or other hot beverages can easily spill the drink, burning themselves if incorrectly guessing the location of the sip hole. This can be a frustrating and annoying experience for consumers. The Glow Cap provides the perfect solution to this problem.
At The Glow Cap
October 16, 2006
This WMF Kult coffee mug features a sleek, contemporary design in high quality stainless steel, with double-wall insulation. Made from high quality 18/10 stainless steel, the mug features a satin-finish exterior finish in keeping with a contemporary look, while the interior has a mirror shine. The black plastic on the handle will keep those nasty smudges at bay, but will also keep your hand cool when the mug is full of piping hot single serve coffee.
At WMF Kult Stainless Steel Coffee Mug