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Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by uzmati, May 3, 2013.
HA! Thats the one!
Holy cow. That's it!
work and home....
My man, T.J.!!^^
This one today (biggest clean one in the cupboard when the time came)
yup....start the day with wisdom....
How well does that E2 mug work? I've been looking at the larger bottle version.
Dang it, I used to have one like that with my name in all the different languages. But it was another victim of my clumsiness, dropped and broken
Sent from my Nexus-6 (basic pleasure model)
You loose more dishes....you should buy polycarbonate....or Kevlar reinforced....
It keeps coffee drinkable hot for 4 hours +/-...I really like it. Got it off ebay for cheap...and with tags...
A gift from my wife
8736233690_8e13abb319_b by Gladibrus, on Flickr
I'm a big Jefferson fan. Have you read "Magnificent Populist"? You should check it out, if you haven't.
My number 1 coffee mug was given to me by my mom several years ago. I use it for everything. Coffee, OJ, milk, water, wine, you name it. Everything tastes better out of this mug. I thought I lost it once, that was a rough couple of days. The weight, feel, material, finish, size, handle, everything is perfect.
I'll play. His and hers.
These are my EDC mugs (so to speak). The Contego traveller is the one I load up at home and drink on the commute (about 25 - 30 min). It'll keep stuff hot for 3 - 4 hours, easy. Holds 16oz so my coffee is usualy gone way before that....
The white mug is from a local business (Charleston Coffee Roasters). I love the artwork of the coffee bean and sea turtle. This is what I carry at the office once the travel mug has been emptied....
BTW, Charleston Coffee Roasters has some amazing coffee. If I'm at a point where I can't roast my own, I'll buy there roasted beans. Owners are great people and taught me a lot when I was getting into home roasting.
My favorites are not neccesarily for the mug artwork, but for the size and shape of the mug.
It's a "bistro" type mug- 16 ounces, narrow base, wide top. The hand loop is comfy, the shape of the mug itself looks good and conforms perfectly to my hands on a cold winter's day, so I can warn them with the heat from the coffee. I have three of them- one from Mountain Thunder Coffee Plantation in Kona, HI, and two others that aren't nearly as cool.
A couple Starbucks cups. The one in the front is part of a set. My wife and I go married at Chimney Rock, so those mugs are special to us. (You can see my daughter in the background...she is with me enough i might as well include her in my EDC)
Thumbs up! We love chimney rock!
Today's coffee mugs.... I'm planning ahead for a long day.