Thursday, February 22, 2018

The Happygirl Essentials: The Yeti Tumbler



I have this habit of making a coffee and sipping on it all day. Sometimes, I'll microwave it for 30 seconds and sometimes I'll just drink it cold.  I'm just not the kind of person to chug down a mug of coffee. For me, it's a languid thing. I sip and I work. Coffee or orange-flavored tea is comforting. When I drive, I like to have a coffee with me, as well. This must be a carry over from when I lived in Massachusetts and it was basically an unofficial rule that you had to drink Dunkin' Donuts if you were driving.

In the past, I've tried the supermarket hot drink tumblers and even the ones from the coffee shops but still I hadn't found one that kept my drinks hot. Within an hour, my tumbler drink was mildly warm.

So, when I was in Whole Foods last week, I saw this Yeti mug and I knew that this was going to be exactly what would be the answer to my non-intentional cold coffee. Yes, the price ($34.99) is steep, but the Yeti will keep your hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold for at least 5-6 hours. (I bought the Rambler 30 ounce Tumbler in seafoam. Available at Yeti.com.)

On Monday, I made a coffee at 8:15am and by 2pm it was still hot, not piping hot, but definitely pleasantly warm. Yesterday, I made an iced water with fresh squeezed lime juice at 7am and it was still cold (with ice!) by 4pm.  The 18/8 stainless steel tumblers are puncture and rust resistant as well as dishwasher safe.

I love The Yeti Ranbler. It lives up to it's hype and it's an essential.

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