Mugs. Tuesday , September 25th , 2018 - 07:11:08 AM
The lid of your mug is another important consideration. There are two main types of lids that are used, screw on and snap on. Overall, a screw on lid is best as it is less likely to accidentally pop off while you are driving. It also tends to make a better seal, so there is less chance of coffee leaking from between the mug and the lid.
Going back to the Durham mug, it is also popular because it has a large print area. Basically all of the outside of the mug bar a 20mm strip near the handle can be printed with your logo and phone number. Needless to say the larger the print area, the more effective your brand awareness campaign will be. The standard and lowest cost printing process is screen printing. This allows two or three solid colours to be used. So no tints, but fine for basic logo and contact number reproduction.
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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