While I was waiting for the barista to finish my Americano at the Coffee Studio (medium, black, extra shot, per favore) the other day, I checked out the small selection of java-related merch opposite the counter. This “I am not a paper cup” is fun and, I think, practical. It’s an insulated thermal porcelain cup with a flexible rubber lid, made to look like those take-out cups from all the delis. It’s eco-reusable, $20, you can fill up the inner chamber with hot water to keep your beverage warm longer, and it’s dishwasher-safe. Makes a latte sense.   

—BRADLEY LINCOLN

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While I was waiting for the barista to finish my Americano at the Coffee Studio (medium, black, extra shot, per favore) the other day, I checked out the small selection of java-related merch opposite the counter. This “I am not a paper cup” is fun and, I think, practical. It’s an insulated thermal porcelain cup with a flexible rubber lid, made to look like those take-out cups from all the delis. It’s eco-reusable, $20, you can fill up the inner chamber with hot water to keep your beverage warm longer, and it’s dishwasher-safe. Makes a latte sense.   

 

While I was waiting for the barista to finish my Americano at the Coffee Studio (medium, black, extra shot, per favore) the other day, I checked out the small selection of java-related merch opposite the counter. This “I am not a paper cup” is fun and, I think, practical. It’s an insulated thermal porcelain cup with a flexible rubber lid, made to look like those take-out cups from all the delis. It’s eco-reusable, $20, you can fill up the inner chamber with hot water to keep your beverage warm longer, and it’s dishwasher-safe. Makes a latte sense.   

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