Coffee mugs

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JM Aggie08

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Yeti Rambler coffee mug. These days I can't drink my coffee quick enough with my kid running around. This thing keeps my coffee hot for a good few hours. Absolutely essential.
 

Muse

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10oz mug.
That would likely be too small for me. I'm looking at the 14oz Yeti Rambler mug. Some reviewers say it doesn't keep their beverage hotter than other insulated mugs. Some seem to be saying it does... and hour or two even. I'm mulling it over. I usually use a 20oz ceramic at home. Gets cool pretty quick.
 

sdifox

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That would likely be too small for me. I'm looking at the 14oz Yeti Rambler mug. Some reviewers say it doesn't keep their beverage hotter than other insulated mugs. Some seem to be saying it does... and hour or two even. I'm mulling it over. I usually use a 20oz ceramic at home. Gets cool pretty quick.
make less coffee and more often?
 

JM Aggie08

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I use a large coke glass
That would likely be too small for me. I'm looking at the 14oz Yeti Rambler mug. Some reviewers say it doesn't keep their beverage hotter than other insulated mugs. Some seem to be saying it does... and hour or two even. I'm mulling it over. I usually use a 20oz ceramic at home. Gets cool pretty quick.
My wife brought me coffee an hour ago, and it's nearly as hot as it was when it was initially brewed. It stays a 'reasonably warm to hot' temperature for up to 2-3 hours, in my experience.
 

Ichinisan

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Is there a reason OP cares about how much a mug weighs? Weak arms?
 
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clamum

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I have a Louder with Crowder one and a Black Rifle Coffee one I like to use.

I actually prefer smaller mugs but I just fill them with less coffee so there isn't really a difference.



 

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