We love our mugs. They’re durable, easy to clean and store, safe for all foods and beverages and pretty sweet to look at. They retain heat better than most mugs and even keeps ice for longer than most cups and mugs. With all those benefits, it’s no wonder we would ever consider using anything else. However, if there’s anything better for Mother Earth than living the mantra “reduce, reuse, recycle,” it’s consumption.
When we found this lovely nugget of goodness we thought we should pass it along.
Over at Food & Wine they posted a salivating post on 6 coffee cups made of food. Delectable donut coffee cups, crunchy cookie shots, scrumptious scoff-ee cups, creamy coffee in a cone, chocolatey wafer cups and velvety chocolate coffee cups to round out the list.
Though these delicious treats could add some variety to your coffee drinking ritual we still suggest grabbing one of our mugs to take with you to those ordinary coffee bars that hand out your caffeine fix in boring, bland unsustainable paper cups.