Great coffee deserves a great place. Those 99-cent IKEA mugs get old very quickly and there are more options than the local Hallmark store for unique coffee mugs. Check out Coffee Krave’s favorite Indie picks from Etsy. 1. Fill the Line Normally I’m not a fan of “Give me coffee” or “Grumpy until I get coffee”-type mugs. They’re too cliche. This “Fill the line” concept puts a new spin on an old adage. 2. Spiky Coffee Mug No
Daniel, Editor-in-Chief here at CoffeeKrave, knows the fastest way to this writer’s heart is to add “science” or “geek” or “tech” tags to any assignment. With our love of Venn diagrams, our obsessively documented citations and our tendency to drop in random science shout outs (Hi there, Evangelista Torricelli!), the staff at CoffeeKrave is extremely well qualified to present this roundup of the top coffee mugs for geeks. It doesn’t get better than Tesla. Seriously, it doesn’t,
Blended drinks are so much fun to make and taste fantastic – that is, as long as the ingredients remain blended. If you’re a coffee drinker who is running around the workplace, you’ll often set your blended drink down on your desk and won’t have time to finish it until awhile later. Sometimes during this period of rest, ingredients with different densities rise up to the top of the drink, or settle themselves at the bottom of a glass.
By the time I make it to the subway during the winter, my coffee is already cold. I can’t think of a worse way to start a commute. After repeating this experience one time too money, I sought out a travel mug that keeps coffee hot for hours. I researched many different options on the way. Here’s our list of the best coffee mugs that keep coffee hot. 1. Contigo Autoseal West Loop- A Solid Pick The Contigo travel mug wins our
The short answer is: paper coffee cups are bad for the environment. But sometimes it’s more convenient to grab your morning cup of coffee in a paper cup and toss that cup in the trash before you get on the crowded subway for the daily commute. So What’s so Bad About Paper Coffee Cups? One of the biggest faults of paper coffee cups is that you can’t reuse them. This leads to billions of paper coffee cups filling
If you spend hours commuting to work or school this 2012, you’ll want to have a decent travel mug at your side to help get you through the commute. Of course, there isn’t just one travel mug that’s perfect for everyone, so we’ve put together a guide for choosing the best coffee travel mug for you. Contigo West Loop— this coffee travel mug can keep coffee hot for hours. Thermos Stainless King Travel Mug— this beautiful and elegant travel mug holds
Summer 2012 hit us with an intense heat wave, and an iced drink is not enough to keep us all cool in the afternoon. We’ll also need the right glass to keep our drinks cold in this 95° weather. The Bodum Pavina double-wall thermo glasses are designed to keep espressos and other drinks insulated to the last drop. How Do Bodum Pavina Glasses Work? Although we have our differences, most coffee fanatics can agree that no
Here are a few of the coolest and most ridiculous coffee mugs we’ve found for sale on the Internet. 1. Konitz Classic Chalk Talk Mug If you’ve ever wished you could decorate your mug of coffee each morning, this mug is right for you. This cool mug allows you to write and draw on its black exterior with chalk. This dishwasher-safe coffee mug is fun to have around the office or at home, but beware of getting chalk on
Make crappy coffee? There’s no better way to drink bad coffee than with this toilet mug. And since it holds 12 ounes of liquid, there’s plenty of room for all the foul-tasting sh*t you can add. This would make a great gift for a friend who makes notoriously awful coffee, or maybe a plumber as well. According to the manufacturer, the toilet mug is not covered by warranty, so take careful not. My guess is that the ceramic material
There is nothing better in life than a well-mixed beverage. With the self-stirring mug, you no longer have to worry about that kick of sugar towards the end of your coffee or bitter dregs of tea. All you have to do is touch a button to stir your drink– some day you’ll be telling your grandchildren what is was like to stir by hand.