Deal: You Probably Need a Ceramic-Coated Coffee Mug. Fellow’s Are on Sale.
Why does your coffee taste worse in your current to-go vessel? Let’s explain.
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If you drink coffee, chances are you’ve experienced this problem: you’re drinking your morning cup, but then you have to dash out the door (to work, to a doctor’s appointment, to get your vaccine!), so you pour it in your to-go mug or other container. When you take a sip from that vessel, your expertly brewed coffee doesn’t taste as good. Maybe it’s metallic, maybe it tastes diluted somehow, but it sure as hell doesn’t taste as good as in your trusty mug at home.
Fellow wanted to solve this problem with their line of ceramic-coated Carter mugs, which are currently discounted in both the tall and squat sizes at Verishop. There’s the Carter Everywhere Mug, which is 16 ounces, a little over six inches tall and feels like your favorite at-home mug. Then there’s the Carter Move Mug, which is 16 ounces, slimmer, about 7.5 inches tall and is more suited for people who drive everywhere thanks to the splash guard and ability to fit in most cup holders.
The main benefit to both, though, is that while they’re both made of stainless steel and feature a double-wall vacuum design in order to keep your hot drinks hot, the interior is coated in a “true taste ceramic coating” to sustain the smell and flavor that made you addicted to coffee in the first place. No coffee that tastes like your coin jar here.
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