September 8, 2010
It's time to Suck It Up people, and get a coffee mug that tells you to just deal with it. We find the phrase always gets us grounded, and what's more grounded than coffee drinking with a message? Harsh words for a harsh coffee drinking time we think...
August 30, 2010
We love coffee mugs that change color, but we really love coffee mugs that change color based on temperature like this hot and cold coffee mug. You can make the mug go all cold, all hot, or even half and half depending on what single cup coffee you put into it. And because you'll always know the temperature of the coffee in your mug, you can easily avoid scalding your lips accidentally.
August 17, 2010
Jeff sent this really cool set of 25 different designs for coffee mugs. There's a treasure trove of cool coffee mugs, and it's just the thing to peruse prior to the fall setting in and lots of single serve coffee drinking.
At 25 Creative and Original Mugs
August 4, 2010
The labyrinth Coffee cup and saucer will make your boring morning coffee more interesting, especially after a little coffee spill. The saucer hides a maze you can then try and solve with said spill by tilting and moving the coffee around the maze.
Via Gizmodiva at Erdem Selek
July 27, 2010
Each morning we think - how do we fix this nightmare of a morning and really make our efforts stick? Well - how about a duct tape coffee mug filled with single serve coffee? Yes. This mug resembles well - a mug held together by duct tape much like the fabric of our existence can feel from time to time. You can get this coffee mug at Think Geek.
Via Foolish Gadgets
July 2, 2010
This 24-ounce cold beverage tumbler looks just like a classic iced coffee cup design. It's great for everyday use, and features a durable BPA free construction. The reusable straw stays put and keeps drinks perfectly mixed, and the lid has a quarter-turn sealing mechanism. Did we also say it's dishwasher safe? We think this would go great with the new Brew Over Iced K-Cups and Brew Over Iced Coffee K-Cups now available for any Keurig single serve coffee maker.
At Copco Sierra Cold Tumbler
June 23, 2010
The handle of this coffee mug features a gold-colored finish and is embedded with a Swarovski crystal, giving it the appearance of a sparkling ring. Perhaps your daily engagement ring to coffee? The coffee mug is packaged in a black velvet box, and only the "ring" is visible when the box is opened.
At 2 Carat Cup
June 15, 2010
We'll take a little cream and sugar with our foul mood this morning, or perhaps go with black coffee as we seem a bit chipper. These coffee mugs aim to show the mood you're in and you can pick from the following double wall insulated coffee mugs:
- Happy as Larry
- Monstrously Moody
- Seriously Sleepy
We're thinking Happy as Larry is going to fit most days, and there's always Seriously Sleepy for those long afternoons of much needed single serve coffee.
Via Foolish Gadgets at Mood Mugs
June 3, 2010
You can put up to 45 pictures right on your caffeine delivery system in the form of this Digital Photo Travel Mug. Perhaps when you're tired and driving to work or at work this mug and it's pictures will help you remember who you really are, and who you're family is until the caffeine kicks in.
Via Random Good Stuff at Digital Photo Mug
May 31, 2010
If you hadn't heard, Starbucks is sponsoring a contest to come up with a greener coffee cup than the recyclable ones it currently uses. You see - paper cups are just part of the problem. The amount of waste resulting from consumer packaging every year is mind-boggling. If you’re reading this and you live in the North America, then you’re contributing to the 250 million tons of garbage thrown away every year. Reducing the number of paper coffee cups consumed is Starbuck's initial attempt and reducing this overall figure.
Entries are being accepted through June 15th; so if your idea is picked as the best, you'll get $10,000 and save the planet. Also any entry submitted doesn't belong to Starbucks. The owner gets all copyright, so if you're worried your idea will just be used to make Starbucks even bigger in the years to come and you lose - nope. It's still your idea.
Via The Consumerist at The BetaCup