- Tough; durable; fully-tempered soda-lime glass; recyclable.
- New improved lid with larger drinking hole and inner seal.
- Microwave safe; lightweight and hard-wearing materials.
- Keep cup makers of the first barista standard reusable cup now bring you glass.
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Colorful, durable and lightweight. BPA & BPS-free*. Designed to replace the disposable cup.
*Passed US California Prop 65, US FDA 21 CFR 177.1520, US FDA 21 CFR 177.1210, and EU No 10/2011 and amendments.
The Right Size
Small / 8oz / 227 ml / Comparable to an in-house latte glass.
Medium / 12oz / 340 ml / Comparable to a large mug.
Large / 16oz / 454 ml / Comparable to a jumbo mug.
Clear Plastic KeepCup
Resilient clear plastic, perfect for your favourite hot or cold beverage on the go. Durable and lightweight, with the clarity of glass.
Our mission is to encourage the use of reusable cups. We deliver sustainable, fit for purpose products and challenge convenience culture. We started in Melbourne in 2009 and opened our Los Angeles warehouse in 2013.
Many small acts will make a phenomenal difference.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 8.89 x 8.89 x 12.7 cm; 272.16 Grams
- Date First Available : 16 June 2015
- Manufacturer : KeepCup
- ASIN : B00PC9UZY0
- Item model number : Brew Cork
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The cup looks good and is very nice to hold in the hand. If you use it to buy take away coffees, the glass cup feels nice and warm and is not too hot to hold. The cork provides insulation if you want it, but I don't find the fact that the cork band is quite slim a problem. It's also nice to think that in small way I am supporting the cork industry (cork forests support a lot of biodiversity). I wash my cup by hand and the cork feels very robust under this kind of wear. It's not suitable for a dishwasher.
The silicone cap fits tightly so it feels secure. I have noticed that coffee shops want me to take the cap off for them. Once full, I tend to swivel the light grey stopper over the drinking hole to prevent spillage. The manufacturers don't recommend this as they say sealing a hot drink like this can cause a build up of pressure. I can see their point, but my coffees are not so very hot and I only do it for very short periods when I am on the go. I like the fact that the cup wont leak, so I can run for a bus or whatever.
Once I've finished my coffee I use the light grey stopper to cover the drinking hole again which stops any dregs leaking into my bag and keeps the drinking hole clean. It all works perfectly and I can't imagine wanting to use a disposable cup again.
The only very slight issue I've encountered is that when I used the cup for a rooibosh tea the other day, there was a slight taste of coffee about it. I'm not really bothered, but perhaps some might be. I thought I had cleaned it well, but nevertheless the silicone lid seems to pick up strong flavours a bit.
Total rip off.