Mugs. Wednesday , September 26th , 2018 - 06:04:17 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.
A thermal mug, although admittedly not a major purchase, is something that will likely be used almost every day, more often than not on the daily drive to work. To make sure that the mug you buy is right for you, it is important to consider a variety of factors.
At this moment you may want to think about how much coffee you will be drinking between refills. Do you need a large 20 oz mug, or will a 12 oz travel mug suffice? Just remember that the more the heavier. Think heat! Is hot coffee your cup of tea? The slower you sip your coffee, the more insulated of a travel mug you'll require. The less surface area a mug has the better job insulation can perform. So a short insulated travel mug is generally going to maintain coffee warm longer than a tall slim mug. The problem with a squatty mug is it may not fit in your car's cup holder.
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