Brief Review — Zojirushi Stainless Steel Travel Mug

There’s a snowstorm currently blowing through Minnesota. It’s been going since early today. The temperature when I woke up was 27 degrees but steadily dropped into single digits by the end of the day.

This morning, I stopped at my favorite local coffee shop and had my favorite barista fill up my Zojirushi Stainless Steel Travel Mug with the dark brew of the day. I jumped into my car, took a sip, closed the lid, and put it into my cup holder before heading off to a client. I left the mug in the car as the wind howled and blew the snow around outside. After the client, I drove back home but, once again, forgot the mug full of coffee in the cup holder where it remained the rest of the day as the snowstorm raged. I only remembered it upon hopping back in my snow drenched car to pick Beatrix up from school.

Once arriving home from school, I explained to Beatrix that I had left my coffee mug in the car all day and forgot about it. Given past experience I said, “I bet it’s still warm.”

All day. In the car. Single digit temps. Raging snowstorm. The outside steel of the mug was almost too cold to hold. Yet, the coffee was almost as hot as when it came out of the kettle. I’m decadently enjoying it as I type this.

If you like coffee (or tea, or cocoa or…), you need The Zojirushi Stainless Steel Travel Mug. Hot to the last drop.