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Old 11-13-2011, 02:58 PM   #1
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Looking for the best travel coffe mug fo my new JKU.

It must have a lid.

Must be thermal.

What do you recomend?

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Will this be for Starbuck's, 7-11, or home-brewed? What about the extra things that you put into the java? Cream? Coffeemate? Sugar? Other?

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Old 11-13-2011, 03:08 PM   #3
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Are you kidding? Check out the smiley face Jeep logo version. Seems appropriate.


Jeep Coffee Mugs, Steins Jeep Mugs
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Old 11-13-2011, 03:26 PM   #4
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Also, you wrote "coffe" in your post title, which indicates a predilection towards latte, which is COMPLETELY inappropriate for a Jeep. IMH(non-java-drinking)O.
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Old 11-13-2011, 03:29 PM   #5
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I use a mason Jar for my coffee every morning.
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Old 11-13-2011, 03:35 PM   #6
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I love Tervis Tumbler cups. I wrote to them and suggested they start making them with the Jeep logo, grill, etc. They sent me a nice note saying that many of the designs they currently have were originally customer requests. I don't anticipate seeing a Jeep Tervis Tumbler anytime soon, but I did my part by asking!!
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Old 11-13-2011, 03:40 PM   #7
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I searched and searched for the best possible mug for a bumpy ride that keeps my coffee hot!

I drink COFFEE, gourmet and it must be black (on rare occasion some cream). Naturally the mug I'm going to mention will work with foo foo drinks too. Not sure if you can still find it anywhere, I bought it from starbucks about 8 months ago.

On another note, I prefer to make my coffee via the french press or even stove top straining if I have time. Usually I don't so I have my Keurig and use a k-cup. Have tried dozens of varieties. The mug I mentioned will do great and holds 16 ounces. Remember, 10 oz of top notch coffee is a ton better than say 20 oz of dunkin donuts.

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Not sure where you can find it anymore, it's great because it has a lever as opposed to a slide or snap. It's insulated but not bulky and works great if you have a bumpy ride with a six speed

I've thrown away more mugs than I can count, this is the one you want!

Ok, back to normal now.
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Thermos makes a travel mug that is awesome. It seals tight and holds heat almost too well. I fill mine to the top (which you can't do with most travel mugs) and after a 30+ mile trip to the track, it's still too hot to drink. I picked mine up at the grocery store.
Around $20.00 and worth every penny of it.
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Old 11-13-2011, 04:27 PM   #9
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I searched and searched for the best possible mug for a bumpy ride that keeps my coffee hot!

I drink COFFEE, gourmet and it must be black (on rare occasion some cream). Naturally the mug I'm going to mention will work with foo foo drinks too. Not sure if you can still find it anywhere, I bought it from starbucks about 8 months ago.

On another note, I prefer to make my coffee via the french press or even stove top straining if I have time. Usually I don't so I have my Keurig and use a k-cup. Have tried dozens of varieties. The mug I mentioned will do great and holds 16 ounces. Remember, 10 oz of top notch coffee is a ton better than say 20 oz of dunkin donuts.

Hey Starbucks! Inhabitat Has An Idea For You... | Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World

Not sure where you can find it anymore, it's great because it has a lever as opposed to a slide or snap. It's insulated but not bulky and works great if you have a bumpy ride with a six speed

I've thrown away more mugs than I can count, this is the one you want!

Ok, back to normal now.
Hmm, I wonder.. Someone that that sips fine Gourmet coffee Via a french Press or hand strained over a stove in a Inhabitat Green Design save the world mug with there pinkie pointed toward the ceiling, what they would consider a foo foo drink..
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Hmm, I wonder.. Someone that that sips fine Gourmet coffee Via a french Press or hand strained over a stove in a Inhabitat Green Design save the world mug with there pinkie pointed toward the ceiling, what they would consider a foo foo drink..
Coffee?
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Old 11-13-2011, 05:12 PM   #11
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the starbucks grande double walled travel mug works great and fits snug in the JK cup holder!
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Old 11-13-2011, 05:49 PM   #12
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The one I use works really well, made by a company called Budweiser, its white and red, unfortunately
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Old 11-13-2011, 05:51 PM   #13
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X-2. Great mug and worth the $$.....and I use a French press with Expresso powder coffee. WICKED!!!!!!
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Ok, so hit the send button too soon, as I was saying; unfortunately the beverage has not lasted long enough to evaluate the thermal properties of the container.
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Hmm, I wonder.. Someone that that sips fine Gourmet coffee Via a french Press or hand strained over a stove in a Inhabitat Green Design save the world mug with there pinkie pointed toward the ceiling, what they would consider a foo foo drink..
French press or strained over a stove we also refer to as "iron shoe" coffee. If you throw an iron shoe in it and it doesn't float, you need to add more coffee. Foo foo is anything other than those two mentioned (usually anything with added sweetener).

The link title is just a title, the pinky comment is also yours. You state as you are
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Old 11-14-2011, 12:16 AM   #16
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I use the cup it comes in or I've got a walmart special one if I happen to be brewing it at home. Normally I have it once I get to work though
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Old 11-14-2011, 07:28 AM   #17
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i think we still need more info,, how much coffee must it hold.. does the lid need to be vented,, does the lid need a thumb lever or button to open so you can drink. what color dose it have to be. are you going to bed line it. do you want short and fat or tall and skinny.
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I about spit my coffee all over the dash of the bus
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Thermos makes a travel mug that is awesome. It seals tight and holds heat almost too well. I fill mine to the top (which you can't do with most travel mugs) and after a 30+ mile trip to the track, it's still too hot to drink. I picked mine up at the grocery store.
Around $20.00 and worth every penny of it.
I also have a ss thermos brand got it at target 20oz $25
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Old 11-14-2011, 04:25 PM   #21
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You people are very funny and very helpful.

I'll have to see if it has already been named, but if you saw all the coffee stains on the dash of my 2002 Mazda, you would know why I don't want the same thing to happen again.

And since I will be driving a stick, it has to fit snugly into the cup holder or some other ingenius method.

And yes I am concidering bedlining it.

Very funny.

Thanks.

Please keep it coming.
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The thermos one i have fits very snug
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I can not believe I actually read this thread.....
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:29 AM   #24
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Cool Jeep really messed up

The cup holders on the JK.

My '06 Liberty has a slot moulded in so you can have a cup with a handle. Fit my Harley cup perfect.

My new Rubi has no slot, so the handle has no place to go.

Off to the dealer and have a nice new stainless thermo double wall jeep travel cup with no handle (drag) that fits perfect for the princely sum of $20.

Miss the handle, but it keeps the coffee hotter.
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I bought a 32oz OXO liquiseal, spill proof travel mug a couple years ago. It was to put in the motorcycle bag to take coffee to work and works great. It comes with a thermos style 10oz lid or you can push the button in on the top to drink right out of it. Liquids have stayed hot for 8hrs. Read reviews on it. And it fits nicely in JK holder.

There is also a 14oz OXO travel liquiseal, spill proof but it doesn't keep liquids hot as long as the 32oz.

Both can be picked up at Bed Bath Beyond and they always have coupons. Or search the web.
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Spilling hot beverages on yourself is part of the Jeep mystique. Don't rob yourself of the experience.
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Thermos makes a travel mug that is awesome. It seals tight and holds heat almost too well. I fill mine to the top (which you can't do with most travel mugs) and after a 30+ mile trip to the track, it's still too hot to drink. I picked mine up at the grocery store.
Around $20.00 and worth every penny of it.
+1 on the Thermos brand. Fits perfectly into the cupholder, keeps the coffee HOT for hours. Found mine for about 15 bucks at Wally-World.

This thread has me thinking. Maybe I'll bump that coffee-maker mod up a few spots on my list...
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Got this for my mom for mother's day this year, she's into photography.

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Love the Canon mug. Got a link?
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I don't know about you guys but I just paid $31 for a Alchemy bottle of abundance(1 liter) for my water.

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