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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

MY MORNING DAILY GRIND FEATURING UPPERCUP: A REUSABLE TEA & COFFEE CUP WITH AN INSULATED DESIGN


Guys...I think I've found my new obsession for the mornings, featuring the Uppercup! 

There's no way better than to start the morning with a fresh cup of hot coffee or tea. I always love to start my morning with a dose of caffeine to simply wake myself up, then go about my day by prioritising my tasks and emails. I've always been using a ceramic mug for my daily dose of caffeine, however, there are times where I'd like to take my coffee on the go. Thankfully, there are options for that but it all comes down to what works for you! 

I've been loving the Uppercup in the 12oz (Large) which is made from the highest quality, BPA Free Eastman Tritan copolyester, meaning that it won't retain smell and is 100% dishwasher safe. This super durable cup is now my favourite go to for all of my hot liquids being coffee and tea.  

It helps my coffee and tea stay warm and my fingers cool thanks to its double wall design. The bottom of the cup is also barista designed i.e. conical made so that you get perfect coffee anytime. As for the overall cup I found it so easy to use and with no issues. For something so small to make such a big impact with my daily routine, truly is a wonderful discovery. Plus, it's 100% reusable which means that it's built to last! 

Here are some other features: 
  • Sustainable - made from recyclable material 
  • Ethically made 
  • 100& Australian designed and made 
  • Dishwasher safe 
  • You can write on the cup and wipe it off
  • There's an easy click on lid 
  • Odour and stain resistant 
  • Glass like appeal 
  • BPA and BPS free 

The Uppercup 12oz (Large) RRP $25.00 AUD and is available here


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