Mugs. Saturday , September 22nd , 2018 - 03:37:04 AM
If you are just going to be drinking coffee or tea from your cup, pretty much any spout will do. But if you if you are going to drink anything other than a normal beverage, such as soup, the type of spout can be important. Most thermal mugs are designed for coffee or other "thin" liquid beverages. Due to this they usually have a thin or small spout. Although this is actually beneficial most of the time as it helps to limit spills, it can be a problem if you plan on using your mug for soup or other "thick" beverages. If this is your plan, you will want a lid with a larger spout.
There are also a number of features that differ from mug to mug. One of these is the type of handle. Sometimes tumbler style mugs have no handles at all, which makes them very easy to stash in a coat pocket, purse, or briefcase. Other mugs have metal handles, or better yet polypropylene handles that are a little easier to hang on to.
Luckily though mug printing processes have moved on in the last 18 months with the advent of dishwasher safe dye sublimation transfer printing. This allows photo quality printing onto the mug. A consequence of this is a recent upsurge in demand from video games manufacturers. Video game promotions require high quality artwork to reflect the product, and now these graphics can be printed onto promotional mugs. So keep an eye out for those collectible mugs at the next E3 Expo Video Games Exhibition.
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