Ingenious Ideas: Ceramic Coffee Cups
Ceramic coffee cups are a safer alternative to the disposable cups from coffee houses and takeaways. They have better lids are cooler and easier to hold. They reduce waste and are eco friendly too!
Marketed as the eco cup, these new ceramic coffee cups, that mimic the paper cups you maty have bought from your favourite high sreet coffee chain have many advantages over your normal mug for hot drinks. Aside from the huge range of designs available, the ceramic coffee cups come with a silicone lid meaning your drink stays hotter for longer and it also makes spills and the risk of scalds less likely. This product is fantastic for anybody who lives with tremors or spasms and has found it difficult in the past to manage hot drinks safely. Maybe one with a handle or grips would be even more of an improvement, we will keep our eyes open. An added bonus is that many coffee shops will also agree to put your shop bought drink in your own ceramic mug, so you’re saving the environment too.
Huge range of colours and patterns
At Living with Disability we have looked in the past at items for your kitchen such as the handy Knork and the life-changing Breville Hot Cup and today is the turn of these fashionable, on-trend ceramic coffee cups. These double walled cups mean that your hot drink stays nice and warm but your hands don’t get burned and they can also be bought with an extra silicone sleeve, to make gripping easier and drinking hot drinks a litle safer. There are many designs and styles for every taste, with the brand Sagaform being at the forefront for choice and individuality and many more interesting designs exist including this cutesy design for tea lovers and the this one emblazoned with the infamous Keep Calm and Carry On slogan. These are just a couple of examples and there is bound to be one in the vast range to suit your tastes and keep your hot drinks as warm as you like.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the great range of different ceramic cups available, click on the box below:
An alternative to the this sort of cup for people with disabilities is to use something like the Duo, which clips onto your favourite cup to give it two handles. We reviewed the DUO cup handle here.