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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
recommendation for mug/cup that keeps coffee warm for extended time [R]3 months, 3 weeks agoTrigeminal_Fire posted submission on Coffee.
April 25, 2019
i've seen some products that cost like $80 with some tech to keep the coffee hot. are those legit? any recommendation?
Best one handed no leak travel coffee mug that fits in car cup holder. Is there like a rolls royce option? Whats the best of the best? Xmas present.. [R]8 months agotypeswithherfingers posted submission on Coffee.
Dec. 16, 2018
Travel mug summary [R]1 year, 12 months agoLbox88 posted submission on Coffee.
Aug. 19, 2017
Im looking for a travel mug that won't change the flavour and won't be super likely to spill. Looks definitely matter. (If you don't look cool what's the point?!)
so don't hate on me too much for posting a common topic, just trying to summarize what I've read on multiple threads here, and get some new answers
STAINLESS STEEL When asking about mugs, most people suggest the zojirushi and contigo mugs. Although apparently the zojirushi never cools down...for better or for worse.
I have a Stanley one hand travel mug. It looks great, but I don't like stainless steel mugs because they change the flavour. As some people have pointed out this may be partly due to not having any aroma when you drink from a travel mug.
** I would note that due to my experience with steel I'm looking for something else. I don't really trust that steel won't change the flavour.
GLASS everyone seems to recommend the keep cup if you don't want the flavour change of stainless (and because the large opening of keep cup gives some aroma?) However it seems as though these cool off MUCH too fast. I don't mind the look of the glass and cork keep cup but that lid also makes me nervous, looks like it would come off or leak if it got jostled (say in the outside bottle pocket of a bag). I have also read reviews that the lid can leak out of the side.
CERAMIC Seems like these are a good choice for avoiding flavours change, but it doesn't seem like anyone has any good recommendations for WHAT ceramic one to get. Few people have said the Starbucks ones are good, call me a snob but I refuse to drink out of anything Starbucks branded.
I was really excited about the cortica (because it looks so damn good) but they're sold out and their website has been radio silent for awhile although they claim they're making new product.
If anyone has some good suggestions beyond these ^ I'm all ears.
Edit: adding info.
Favorite reusable take away cup [R]1 year, 12 months agoLbox88 posted submission on Coffee.
Aug. 14, 2017
Hi, I've a glass keep cup but it wasn't splash proof. I'm planning to get another one. Anyone have their favorite reusable take away cup recommend? Thanks!
What's your favorite well-designed coffee mug? [R]2 years, 9 months agoLbox88 posted submission on Coffee.
Oct. 26, 2016
I'd love to upgrade from my collection, which is mostly comprised of those cheap free ones you get at conferences and such. Do you have a favorite mug? What is it and why?
Oct. 26, 2016
I've posted it a couple times over the last week, but I just use a 16oz Thermos King tumbler
I've not been pre-heating it, but just brew directly in it at 6:45am and cap it. At ~8 it's barely drinkable for me it's so hot, and by 10:15-10:30 when I am killing the mug it's still warm.
And for me that's kinda big, because it's still like that even though the outside of the mug is ice cold since this morning and the next our low is sitting around 34°F (1.1°C) .
And, it seals well so I don't panic if it tips when it closed. It's easy to clean if you're a heathen like me, who only hits it with soap on the weekends and otherwise blasts it clean with scalding hot city water that you can faintly smell the chlorine in at work.
Travel mug that fits a Hario v60? [R]2 years, 9 months agoLbox88 posted submission on Coffee.
Oct. 21, 2016
Sorry if this is too off topic but I figured this would be the best sub to ask.
I thought I had finally ended my search for the perfect travel mug when I got my wide-mouth Hydro Flask with the flip lid. It is durable, easy to clean, leakproof, and keeps my coffee hot. However, when I got my ceramic Hario v60 I was disappointed to see that it does not fit in the mouth of the Hydro Flask.
Does anybody know of another travel mug as good as Hydro Flask but with a wider mouth?
Also, I have looked at some ceramic travel mugs. I know these won't survive a fall on the ground but having something that won't affect the taste of my coffee as much seems to be a good trade off.
Oct. 21, 2016
I use a 16oz Thermos Stainless King and it keeps heat well enough for me. I take about 3-4 hours from the time I brew to finish it and it's plenty warm at the end even on chilly 40 degrees mornings like today.
The mouth opening is 2 15/16", fits a mellita pour over and aeropress, and I believe should fit the v60 as well.