Mugs. Thursday , September 20th , 2018 - 10:16:05 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.
Highwave JOEmoXL: This sleek shaped stainless steel mug has the capacity to carry as much as 16 o. of coffee. The mug has patented technology that enables it to keep the beverage hot or cold for up to 6 hours. Its top lid allows its user to easily open and clean the mug when not in use. The best thing about the highway JOEmoXL mug is that it doesn't need any carry bag. It is leak resistant and good to travel with.
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.
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