This is my new KeepCup. I’ve had it for a week (which amounts to roughly thirty cups of coffee¹) and I already love it. Since the cup ecologically “pays for itself” in just fifteen uses, it has already paid for itself twice. You can get one here.
They are fully customizable, part by part. So if you don’t want a brown and black one like mine, you can choose from about twenty different colors for the cup, band, lid, and plug to create your own masterpiece.
It’s a durable (tested to 1,500 uses!), non-insulated, spill-resistant cup that can be used for any kind of beverage. Durability is important to me because, let’s face it, I’m a hardcore java junkie who really puts the wear and tear on his equipment. My Aladdin cup broke and had to be fixed, and my Tervis had to be retired because hard water stains accumulated on the inner rim until it looked like the shore of the Dead Sea (sorry Tervis, but I don’t care what you say, your cups are for clear liquids only).
KeepCups are sustainably manufactured in Australia and shipped from distribution hubs in AU, UK and the US.
¹ Look, I’m a writer. I drink a lot of coffee. Before work I have four cups in a ceramic mug at the house, and then I start using the KeepCup on the road and at the office, where I knock back another five or so cups. I try to limit my consumption to a pot a day, because, you know, that would just be excessive. Better than swilling bourbon all day, right?