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KeepCup small glass cup cork band 8oz (227ml) – dark grey

Keep Cup Brew limited edition is a tempered glass reusable coffee cup with a cork band that is beautiful to hold, antibacterial and insulates your hand from heat. Perfect for the coffee purist or lovers of fine tea to enjoy the cafe experience 'to go'.


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Keep Cup Brew glass coffee cups are designed with the coffee purist or lover of fine tea in mind.

KeepCup Brew Limited Edition reusable glass coffee cup with a band made with ancient cork oak from forests in Portugal.  Cork is light, antibacterial, biodegradable and insulates your hand from heat. The band is beautiful to hold, and, over time it’s patina will tell the story of your use.

you are making a difference:

  • Once you have used a Keep Cup 15 times you have reached break even on its life cycle, including cleaning.  Every use after that is a bonus for the planet!
  • Australians use approx. 500 million disposable cups a year. Disposable paper cups are made from bleached paper sprayed with a polyethylene coating, and impregnated with toxic dyes which mean they can not be recycled.
  • Glass is an impermeable, non porous and infinitely recyclable material completely free of harmful chemicals.
  • Polypropylene lid and plug are 100% recyclable via household recycling.

features:

  • Made from durable, fully tempered soda lime glass (caution - glass hot when filled).
  • Resistant to thermal and mechanical shock - it's not unbreakable though, so take care!
  • Hard lid with nose clearance for ease of use.
  • Larger drinking hole to enhance the aroma and texture of your beverage.
  • Splash proof seal & plug to cover mouthpiece when not in use.  Cup is not 100% leakproof, so keep it upright.
  • Handwashing recommended. Please note that the cork is not to be removed from cup.

dimensions:

227ml (8oz). Price is for one cup. This is a barista standard small size cafe cup.

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  • Shop by your values Made in Australia, Ethically sourced, Toxin free, Zero waste, Certified B Corporation, PVC Free, Phthalate Free, BPA Free
By Wendy S. on 02 Dec. 2016 :

Title : Love this cup!
Comment : I now have two Keep Cups, and this glass one is so much better than my plastic one. No leaks, great to drink from and easier to keep clean than I initially thought. I love not needing a take-away polystyrene cup to add to our Earth's land fill every time I buy a coffee.
(KeepCup small glass cup cork band 8oz (227ml) – dark grey)



By Melissa H. on 03 Nov. 2016 :

Title : Love these glass Keep Cups!
Comment : I had an original plastic Keep Cup which was a great size and sealed really well, but didn't enjoy drinking out of plastic. So happy that Keep Cup introduced glass versions, this one is great! Actually purchased it for my partner but I steal it quite often! Have found it fantastic for both coffee & tea (no leaking for tea unlike previous reviewer). Love the cork band. Highly recommended!



By Clare C. on 18 May 2016 :

Title : Great gift
Comment : I used mine so much my husband wanted one too!



By Sue G. on 07 Apr. 2015 :

Title : Coffee on the go
Comment : This looks stylish and is very practical too. Keeps the coffee hot till you get back to the office. Love the cork strip for holding and no slipping.



By Rose H. on 25 Oct. 2014 :

Title : Good for coffee, not so good for tea
Comment : This keep cup is beautiful, with the glass and the cork, it was a 'I have to have that' purchase. However I am still working out why it leaks sometimes and how to avoid that happening. I haven't had any trouble when purchasing coffee from a cafe, but if I make a cup of tea to go I cannot get the lid to stay sealed. I tried reducing the amount of liquid and making sure I thoroughly dried the lip prior to putting the lid on, but whilst it might initially seal when I go to drink liquid runs out from under the lid. I suspect the problem is to do with the steam from these higher temperature drinks (coffee from a shop is generally around 70C). This has been a big disappointment for me as I am more of a tea drinker than a coffee drinker. I still use the cup for both, but remove the lid entirely prior to attempting to drink tea.



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