Being able to take your tea or coffee on-the-go in a reusable cup is an essential these days, but there are so many different cups on the market - so which one is really the best?
The truth is, there isn't one best cup; it depends on your lifestyle and how you get around.
Here are the ways we think you can get the most out of your reusable coffee cups:
When you're going to be out all day, or you want to take your coffee in the car
If I'm getting the train to Melbourne or something, I'll take a coffee in my Frank Green SmartCup. That way, it's easy to seal the lid so it's leak proof once the coffee is finished, and I need to pop the cup in my bag to carry around with me for the rest of the day.
I love the colours available from Frank Green, and also that there are stainless steel options available to keep hot drinks hotter longer - and will also keep cold drinks cool for longer, too!
These are also perfect for car trips, as they fit cup holders perfectly.
This beauty is the Camino Cup from Made by Fressko; capturing the simplicity of a takeaway coffee cup, with the sustainability of a reusable cup and the practicality of stainless steel, keeping it hot for longer. They are made from stainless steel and have a leak proof lid, and keep your drinks cold for up to 12 hours, or hot for up to 3 hours.
Available in two sizes;
The Bino holds 227ml and is equivalent to a standard size coffee. Ideal for those who order a small coffee when out and about.
The Camino is the original Fressko cup and ideal for those who order a larger coffee. It holds 340ml of liquid and even better your barista will love it as it has internal measurement lines.
The Seed & Sprout Insulated Tea Infuser Bottle is made to keeps drinks hot for 24 hours and cool for 36. With a lid that doubles as a cup, a removable tea infuser, and absolutely zero plastic... we might just have a new favourite on the block!
Make your tea on the go or you can remove the internal tea basket and use it to keep any drinks hot or cold.