Hot Piping Coffee in My New Zojirushi Vacuum Mug – My #everydayinspiration
So it worked for keeping things hot so I tested it for keeping things cold. I filled with cold tap water and 4 ice cubes. The mornings are still chilly here in Maine and this morning it was also raining so the air had a real chill. I fired up my kitchen wood cookstove take the chill off. Then I sat the Zojirushi Vacuum mug on the kitchen table close to the woodstove (about 3ft. from the firebox)to see how long the ice would stay cold and not melt. That was at 6:30 AM and now it is 2:30 PM and I still have ice cubes that have hardly melted. This thing is great. Disassembling it is easy and cleaning it is a breeze. You do have to wash it by hand as the instructions say not to put it in the dishwasher. That’s a small effort in return for the pleasure of having your beverages kept at optimum temperature for an extended period of time. My Zojirushi mug will be my traveling buddy from now on. It fits nicely in the cup holder in my Jeep Wrangler. That will be really nice…..enjoying a nice cup of coffee on my drives. Styrofoam cups just don’t stay warm for long and ceramic mugs don’t fit in the cup holder. The Zojirushi mug will be my new road trip buddy! And it is rugged yet lightweight container so it’s going to be a great companion for our camping trips. canoeing adventures, and wilderness hiking. Here in the North Maine Woods we spend a lot of time outdoors and having a refreshing beverage along with you makes it a lot more fun. How about you – do you think that a vacuum mug like this would be a great addition to your outdoor lifestyle? How could it enhance your outdoor adventures?
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Zojirushi. The opinions and text are all mine.