The Brugo Travel Mug Review – A Travel Mug With Plenty Of Cool

Posted on Jul 27 2010 - 4:05pm by Matt Jackson

Anybody that truly loves their morning cup of coffee has probably endured the varied ways in which travel mugs just don’t work. Whether it’s a second rate non-spill lid that spews coffee forth at every given opportunity or the insulated layer that ensures your coffee remains too hot to drink until several days later, the average travel mug is usually consigned to being denizens of the back of the cupboard or the storage box in the shed.

The Brugo travel coffee mug aims to redress the balance and provide coffee lovers (or tea lovers for that matter; in fact, hot Vimto lovers would certainly benefit too) with a means of carrying and comfortably drinking their coffee. Not only does it have the most unique of features, a spill proof lid that works, but it even keeps your drink hot but cools it when you take a sip! No more blistered lips or burnt fingers.

A sip’s worth of coffee can be passed into the upper chamber where it is quickly cooled before drinking and this means that you can enjoy your coffee at the right temperature from the very first sip to the very last. It’s a simple premise but one that works incredibly well (no spills, no burns and the coffee tasted good) – it’s one of those ideas that you can’t believe has never been thought of before.

There’s also a plethora of design choices. Three design styles are available – Executive, Jazz, and Sports and there’s numerous colours in each so you can get a cup for everybody in the house, one for each day of the week, or different mugs to match your moods.

All in all, if you’re a coffee lover, or more importantly you’re a lover of good coffee at the right temperature and in the right place (your mug or you mouth, nowhere in between) then give the Brugo travel mug a try.

We would love to know what colour you would choose? Take a look at www.brugomug.co.uk or pop along to the brugo twitter or facebook page to get involved with the latest in mobile coffee drinking.

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