The Thermos Sipp 16-Ounce Vacuum-Insulated Travel Mug combines sleek style with unique functional features. The TherMax double-wall vacuum insulation is designed to keep liquids hot for 5 hours and cold for 9 hours, and it's crafted with an unbreakable stainless-steel interior and exterior. The Eastman Tritan lid is BPA free and has a built- in tea hook for tea bags or most loose-leaf infusers. What we like best is the leak-proof lid with one-hand push-button operation which holds up to 16 ounces. We've found ours to be easy to clean up, and if you want a travel mug that's slim enough to fit in almost any drink holder in your car - this one is it.
The Beatles Revolver cofee cup has appeared from the internet ether thanks to our post last week about the Abbey Road coffee mug. If we had to pick an album to drink our single serve coffee by every time it would be Revolver from the Beatles. Good Day Sunshine and other hits like Yellow Submarine speak to our coffee morning and we have to think getting such a mug would only enhance it.
The Beatles Abbey Road coffee mug is perfect for that music lover who longs for the time when the Beatles ruled the charts. We're a pretty big Beatles crew here at Single Serve Coffee, and we're pretty into Abbey Road. We can only hope there's a Revolver coffee mug as well.
This reusable acrylic cup with screw-on lid and straw is perfect for those of us tired of trying to use our more traditional travel mugs for iced coffee. This eco cup features an insulated Double Walled construction which keeps drinks cold and hands dry. The cup holds up to 16 oz, and is hand wash only and should not be used in a microwave. We also find after the coffee is gone refilling ours with water makes for a hydrated day of work.
Le Creuset is making some amazing coffee mugs out of high-fired stoneware we think will go amazing with a cup from your single serve coffee maker. These 12-ounce mugs made of high-fired stoneware have a non-porous enamel finish, resists odors, staining, chipping, and cracking and the curved loop handle is designed for a comfortable hold. The coffee mug is also dishwasher-safe, and even oven-safe up to 500 degrees F if you need to make a soufflé in it.
We've known a bunch of crazy cat ladies and men in our time, and this travel mug pays tribute to them. Made of ceramic this travel mug comes with a plastic lid that features two openings for sipping. We've never tried to "travel" per se with a ceramic travel mug, but we're sure most crazy cat ladies only need to travel from room to room.
Tired of travel mugs that leak and spill hot coffee everywhere? We are. This ultra-durable travel mug for hot and cold beverages is made of nearly unbreakable, and the stainless steel interior and exterior will keep your coffee hot. This travel mug features a leak-proof Drinklock sealing lid, and the outer shell stays cool to the touch with hot liquids and is condensation-free with cold.
The Mixed Messages Coffee mug doesn't have to send a mixed message but the letters sure do look all mixed up. The ransom note cut out letters allow you to ask your boss for more money discreetly, or perhaps tell your loved ones it's time for a break. Maybe you'll use it to tell people how much coffee and when you desire said coffee. At $14.99 a pop, it is perfect to hold your co-worker's donut ransom until they get the spreadsheets done.
Xpress by SmartCup is a single use french press to go you can fill with your favorite coffee. Aimed at higher end coffee shots that have micro-brew coffee, we think this is an interesting premise for a coffee shop trying to offer and show customers great coffee. We have received a set of the Xpress french press cups and they work really well. We feel a little guilty using them at home, but if you're on the go and got one at a coffee shop we think the guilt of throwing away a one use french press in a cup would be about the same as a cup and stirrer. Thanks again to Smartcup for sending.
If you want to freak our your fellow coffee drinkers just get this Piggy Snout Mug. On the bottom of this coffee cup there's a picture of a pig snout that looks real and is disturbing when you see it in action (just try and look way).
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