August 15, 2013
With all the hub hub over picking the latest Doctor we thought this Doctor Who coffee mug does the trick. We all need to Keep Calm because Peter Capaldi is the new Doctor and he's going to be amazing. Sure we would have loved Matt Smith showing up to keep us calm, but Peter Capaldi will do just nicely. If you're any kind of Doctor Who fan this mug will not only translate to your Whovian friends but to the larger office as well.
August 12, 2013
The Bevel Cup an Angular Handle Cup by Gao Fenglin & Zhou Buyi helps keep the germs away by not placing the mouth of the cup on your kitchen counters and shelves. Coffee cups are always a problem when you store them upright you might have dirt and dust fall in, and when you store them downright you end up with dusty dirty rim. The Bevel cup solves this problem and it also makes it clear the cup is ready to use if it's flipped over. The Bevel cup also doesn't keep water inside it to make for more germ related problems as the water will have more area to dry with the 40 degree angle leaving the mouth open and free.
August 7, 2013
You know you like your coffee and your tea and often use the same mug. We do. We use the same clear mugs to test and drink our coffee and tea but wish they had more of a tea or coffee vibe. With this two faced mug you can have your tea and drink your coffee too. We like the orange color but think the tea side of the mug is a bit ugly.
May 8, 2013
There's really nothing quite like a cup of fresh roasted Cylon to get you up in the morning. We're a big fan of Battlestar Galatica and can't wait to get our grubby little hands on this mug, and we're quite jealous that SH has already beaten us to the punch.
April 17, 2013
We've finally found a coffee mug that has a place for the thing we never know where to put down - our spoon. If you're like us having to find a sanitary place at a coffee shop that doesn't involve using wasted napkin for your spoon is tough. The NOTA mug features a set of built-in supports preventing a spoon from sliding around. We love the simple design, and though the mug is not available yet we hope they will make some in the near future.
March 20, 2013
We're all tired of using the insulated sleeve because it makes us feel like we're wasting more paper for just the few minutes it takes for the coffee cup to cool. Snap N'Go is a plastic handle that can be reused as many as 40 times, and it eliminates the need for the insulating sleeve.
The handle measures 2.5" in length, and it's lightweight (5g., less than 1/5 oz.) and styled to avoid obstructing the cup graphics. The Snap N'Go is usable on most disposable hot cups up to 24 fl.oz. in size. It is 100% manufactured in North America.
At Snap N'Go
March 12, 2013
Mugtails are coffee cups with your favorite animal tails on the side used for a handle. They come with both big and small tails to make sure the tail matches your cup of single serve coffee. We're pretty partial to squirrels and coffee aren't you?
February 11, 2013
The Build-On Brick Mug has us wondering how much coffee we'll need to drink in the morning to get our building started. The Build-On Brick Mug is a coffee mug and construction set all in one. The mug doesn't come with any bricks but is compatible with LEGO, PixelBlocks, Mega Bloks, KRE-O, or K'NEX Bricks.
January 16, 2013
Say what you want about Starbucks and their dark roast charbucks coffees - at least they're trying to not completely destroy the planet. This past week Starbucks introduced a $1 plastic cup that can be reused for drink purchases at a discount of 10 cents. The cups also have fill lines inside of tall, grande, and venti sized drinks. Baristas at Starbucks will also wash out the cups so you're not drinking a little bit of that last latte you ordered.
With so much consumer criticism over waste, it's nice to see a big company like Starbucks actually do something. Starbucks has also introduced a portion of their web site on the growing trend of recycling in their stores.
January 10, 2013
Designed by Sardi Innovation, the single serve coffee cookie cup is a coffee cup you can eat. The cookie cup is made of pastry that is covered with a special icing sugar that works as an insulator making the cup waterproof and sweetening at the same time. The icing in the center is going to melt away in your espresso or single serve cup of coffee, and when you're done drinking you can eat the cup. This makes the single serve coffee cup the bread bowl of coffee cups and mugs. Imagine pairing the coffee cup cookie and the coffee together - french toast cookie with french toast coffee etc. We want one or two or ten of these right now.