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KeepCup Espresso Reusable Cup
KeepCup Espresso Reusable Cup
KeepCup Espresso Reusable Cup
KeepCup Espresso Reusable Cup
KeepCup Espresso Reusable Cup
KeepCup Espresso Reusable Cup

KeepCup Espresso Reusable Cup

KTO CONSCIOUS

£20.00

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KeepCup Brew - Cork Edition crafted from blown tempered glass and cork. A premium drinking experience best suited to a coffee ritual – beautiful to hold, handle with care.

Materials: BPS and BPA free, natural and sustainably sourced cork and tempered glass for durability.

- To avoid cracks and breakage, please don’t remove the cork band

- Hand wash cup with cork band on and air dry

- Lid, plug and tumbler are designed to be taken apart for thorough cleaning

- Lid and plug are dishwasher safe on the top shelf

- Lid off, can be heated to 100°C / 212°F

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Internal volume 340 ml / 12oz 454 ml / 16oz
Cup base diameter 62 mm / 2.4" 62 mm / 2.4"
Height (lid off) 111 mm / 4.4" 148 mm / 5.8"
Height (lid on) 120 mm / 4.7" 165 mm / 6.5"
Height (base to band) 51 mm / 2.0" 94 mm / 3.7"
Weight 0.270 kg / 0.595 lb 0.346 kg / 0.763 lb

 

When Jamie and Abigail Forsyth started a café business in Melbourne in 1998, disposable cups were entering the public landscape; the signifier of a busy professional life and a vibrant independent coffee scene.

As the business grew, so did their concerns about the volume of packaging being consumed, particularly disposable cups; lined with polyethylene, they were non-recyclable.

In 2007, following unsuccessful trials of existing reusable cups, they decided to design and make their own – a barista standard reusable cup for people to enjoy better coffee on the go.

They took a huge gamble that usability, sustainable manufacturing practice and design aesthetics could drive behaviour change and make a difference to how people think about convenience culture.

The goal was always to kick start behaviour change, from discard to reuse – to deliver a positive global campaign that would change the status quo. KeepCup has grown from a solution to a problem, to define a product category.


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