When eating breakfast while camping on a brisk morning, what’s better than sipping from a steaming tin cup full of coffee? Drinking from a cup that won’t blister your hands but will keep the coffee hot.
Miir has modernized the camp cup by giving it double-walled vacuum insulation and a stainless steel interior that doesn’t absorb flavor. It comes with a clear plastic press on lid and fits well in a variety of outdoor settings, from hot chocolate in the snow to ice-cold cocktails at the beach.
Miir also uses the same insulation construction in a 20-ounce wide-mouth bottle ($32.95). A twist off cap that doubles as a handle plus a wide mouth that’s large enough to accommodate regular sized ice cubes make it a go-to water bottle. Both the cup and bottle are available in white, black and blue.
All Miir products come with a Give Code that lets you track how Miir uses 5-percent of its sales revenue on clean water and health projects around the world.