Wide base travel mugs are deeply underrated if you ask me. They are great for both the office and for the commute. The thing is if you are at a desk a wide bottom mug won’t tip over so easily due to a flying elbow and if you are driving they sit safely on in […]Read more
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Most coffee carafes are built with either a double wall or vacuum wall insulation. They are either made of plastic or stainless steel and although both styles work just fine there are always people who swear they can taste plastic or metallic flavors in their coffee. That is probably the number on reason why you […]Read more
There’s a new trend across the world (well, it’s not that new, to be honest) that plastic is not really safe. Naturally, there’s a lot of support behind this theory from the scientific field and, as such, it has a lot people choosing to skip plastic containers like tupperware, baby bottles, and travel mugs. Are […]Read more
Not long ago I got my very first Keurig coffee maker, it was actually a cheap k-cup brewer from Farberware but my problem was universal. I couldn’t fit my travel mug in the coffee maker without removing the drip tray. The thing is, almost all regular sized travel mugs will fit under almost every k-cup […]Read more
Have you ever tried to find a moderately large model, but couldn’t find the best one for you? Experts agree that the best size that defines “moderately large” is 24 ounces for travel mugs. So, while there are quite a few such models that are available, it’s still pretty hard to find one that matches […]Read more
Many people seem to be convinced about one thing: Travel mug means small size. In fact, this seems to have become a really common misconception and that is exactly why Gamble Bay Coffee comes to you with this article. In today’s article, we are going to make it clear that it’s not the case at […]Read more