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Factors To Consider When Choosing A Coffee Mug

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Most daily coffee drinkers have a very particular morning habit. Whether it's pouring the maximum amount of coffee as quickly as possible, or brewing a carefully calculated espresso with premium ground coffee, the right coffee container is essential to complete the process. 


To make the most of the pour-over, glass carafe or filter you use, we recommend that you use the right cup to complement (or even enhance) your coffee sipping style. To take full advantage of whichever pour-over, carafe, or percolator you use we recommend getting the right mug to complement (or even level up) your coffee-sipping style. 

High Borosilicate Glass Coffee Mug

 High Borosilicate Glass Coffee Mug    

Factors To Consider When Choosing A Coffee Mug

Material

The best material to use for coffee mugs depends on the circumstances. Insulated stainless steel mugs perform best in terms of insulation and will not shatter or break when dropped during transport. Ceramic and porcelain coffee mugs do not retain a taste or odor. When properly maintained, stoneware and bone china last the longest, while glass looks smooth in any environment. A silicone sleeve or double wall construction will help with grip and insulation. Some coffee drinkers are happy with stainless steel interiors, while others prefer to avoid the metallic taste of their favorite brewed coffee.

Volume

How much coffee do you really drink in one gulp? The typical coffee mug weighs about 12 ounces, while the large travel mug has variable options up to 30 ounces. If you tend to drink half while running around in the morning to finish your work and leave the rest, choose the smaller 10 or 11 ounce size. If you're a regular two-cup drinker and know you'll be pouring a third cup before you head out the door, try an extra-large cup or a large travel mug. If you drink iced coffee, it's likely you'll need a larger cup to hold the ice and the coffee itself.

Heat Resistant Double Wall Glass Cups

 Heat Resistant Double Wall Glass Cups

Features

If you're going to be holding it for a long time (watching a sports game or waiting for the bus to arrive), pay attention to the construction of the cup, including the width and handle size. If you want a lid or sealing travel option, any nice add-ons would be nice. Also, pay attention to the washing instructions; some great mugs require more care to keep clean, while others are dishwasher safe.


From hot coffee to cupcakes and everything in between. At 4 inches in diameter, it's wide enough to put plenty of marshmallows on your hot cocoa or latte, and it won't tip over easily if you knock it on the table. The hand-glazed porcelain is lightweight and stackable, with handles sized for small and large hands. Boiling water for tea and piping hot black coffee won't raise the temperature of the handle.


With four shades of color to choose from, it's easy to mix and match for a full set that looks great on a table or visible shelf. These mugs are perfect for the dishwasher, microwave and ovens up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit. The price also easily justifies owning several, and the handcrafted construction has a natural variation that strikes a pleasant balance between natural and contemporary style. If you are interested in the complete matching collection, welcome to contact us today or request a quote.  


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