Mugs. Monday , September 24th , 2018 - 14:33:40 PM
Ceramic Mugs with Lids. Adding a lid to a mug helps keep the heat in and anything else out! These mugs are perfect for sitting on a deck or porch any time of the year - just lift the lid to sip. Ceramic mugs with lids are often very difficult to find, and many of those available differ greatly from the more traditional travel mug and their parent, the lidless mug.
Finally, you must take proper care of your travel mug if you want it to last. Nearly all double insulated mugs are not dishwasher safe. You must wash your mug by hand. Make sure you don't soak it in water either. Double insulated mugs consist of an inner and outer shell that is glued together with a top ring. If you soak it long enough water will seep into the inner walls and ruin your mug.
Now you may want to think about how much coffee you will be drinking between refills. Do you need a large 16oz mug, or will a 12oz travel mug suffice? One thing to consider is the larger the mug, the heavier it gets. Think heat! Do you like your coffee to remain smoking hot? If you are a slow coffee drinker you will definitely want a double insulated travel coffee mug. The more barrel shaped the mug the less surface area there is to insulate. So a short insulated travel mug is generally going to keep coffee hot longer than a tall slender mug. The problem with a squatty mug is the cup holder issue.
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