Mugs. Wednesday , September 26th , 2018 - 01:41:40 AM
Nearly all thermal mugs are made of plastic or stainless steel, although there are glass and ceramic thermal mugs available. For travel though, it's best to stick with the first two types. Plastic mugs are generally less expensive, but have some drawbacks. Plastic tends to retain the flavor of whatever you have in it, so if you use your coffee mug for a different beverage, it may give it a bit of a coffee taste. Stainless steel doesn't have this problem (at least if you clean your mug regularly!), so if you plan on using your thermal mug for more than one type of beverage, stainless steel is the way to go. Plastic is difficult to break, but overall isn't as durable as stainless steel, so a plastic mug may not last as long. Although usually a bit more expensive, stainless steel thermal mugs are generally best. One exception to this is if you tend to lose your mug. In this case, a cheaper plastic mug is probably the best choice!
What is your reason for wanting to purchase a travel mug? Will you be lugging it around on a construction work site, or traveling in your car? Where and when you use a travel coffee mug is the first consideration to make before shopping for the coffee travel mug of your dreams. As the name suggests, a travel mug is normally used on the go. If you will be drinking coffee in your vehicle then you must mull over your cup holder. Cup holders are the disgrace of many an automobile. Some can hold anything you throw at them, while others can only take a 12 oz beverage can. Make sure your cup holder can accommodate whatever mug you choose, especially if it has a handle. Personally I like to a have a handle on my travel mug. So much so that I would probably retro my vehicle to have room for my mug instead of the other way around. There are some travel mugs that have one piece handles that fasten to the top of the mug only, permitting the bottom to fit firmly in your vehicle's cup holder. In all honesty I probably wouldn't retrofit my car just to accommodate my travel mug. Instead, I would go for a well insulated travel mug that will fit my cup holder.
Thermal mugs are available in countless colors and designs. Which one is best? This is really up to the buyer. There are a couple factors worth considering though. If you're going to be using your mug in a shared kitchen or space, you may want to buy one with a more unique color scheme so it's easy to find. Likewise, if you work in a cluttered office, a brightly colored mug can be easier to find. Mugs are also available with or without handles - again both are fine, and it's just personal preference. If you can't find a mug that is just right, there are even companies that make unique custom mugs!
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