Thermocups Explained

stitches thermocup loc1Menu offers a truly useful design that we think hasn’t gotten the attention it deserves. Who hasn’t sat down with a warm mug of something delicious, eager to hold the warm cup in their hands, but then noticed that – hey – perhaps this mug is a little TOO hot. So you put it down, let it cool a bit, sip at it carefully and then finally – once your infallible mouth-thermometer detects the right temperature – embrace your mug with your now freezing hands. Ahhh… so warm, so nice. If only you didn’t have to wait forever for that. You don’t have to. Menu’s thermocups remove the wait, but not the heat, and keep your drinks warm for longer, meaning no more icky cold sips.

thermocup cross sectionHow does it work? Well, it’s quite simple, yet ingenious. Menu’s thermocups are double-walled. The air between the walls acts as insulation, which immediately benefits you in two ways. First, the cup stays comfortably warm on the outside even if the drink inside is scorching hot. No more waiting on the cup to cool down, and no more handles that get in the way. Second, your drink will stay warm for longer since it’s no longer losing as much heat along the sides. Some of Menu’s thermocups come with lids, turning your thermocup into an instant mini-thermos for serious long-term heat retention.

nndw thermocups loc1There are many sizes and designs to choose from. Our smallest thermocups are roomy enough for a real cup of coffee, but if you prefer big mugs of hot stuff we have large thermocups aplenty. Want thermocups with lids? We’ve got you covered. Choose from many design styles, from the simple and elegant award-winning Black Contour sets, to the subtle and pure New Norm sets, the traditional Stitches sets, and finally the Verner Panton tribute sets. And of course, our porcelain thermocups are dishwasher and microwave safe.



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