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Different types of coffee cup materials

Different types of coffee cup materials

Mar 13 , 2021

You would not know the type of cup used for your daily brew can have a real impact on its flavor.

In this article, I’ll describe why material play into choosing which type of cup goes with which coffee. And each of these materials has its advantages and disadvantages, and you should consider this when deciding on a new coffee cup.


Ceramic Coffee Cups Advantages

It is resistant to high temperature and easy to clean, and the heat conduction is slow. It is not hot like pouring a hot water like a glass cup. The heat transfer of the ceramic cup is relatively slow. The ceramic cup is safe and corrosion resistant. Very good, as long as it is used properly, it can be used for many years. Of course, the ceramic cup has a relatively good thermal insulation effect in addition to material safety, and there are a series of numerous advantages such as environmental protection and pollution-free products!
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Disadvantages

such as the poor sealing of ceramic cups, so the ceramic cups we usually see are mostly mug styles, and the ceramic cups are fragile, though It is better than a glass, but it is also very unsuccessful. These are also typical shortcomings of ceramic coffee mugs!


Glass cups

Doesn’t depart any smells or tangs to your coffee and can be recycled

There is just something satisfying about drinking coffee from a nice glass vessel.

Does not retain heat as well as ceramic mugs (but does quite well)

Hard plastics Coffee Cup

Often used to make recyclable coffee cups

Superb heat retention and durability

Might give your coffee an unpleasant smell or aftertaste


Steel Coffee Cup

Advantages

Mostly used in travel mugs and thermos

It Can Last a Lifetime

Safest Material to Hold Your Drinks

Easy to Clean and Maintain

Environment-Friendly, Reusable and Recyclable

Great For Outdoor Activities

Disadvantages

When using steel cups, make sure you keep them in the shade or a cool area. I've noticed they heat up quickly, especially when you leave them in the car or out in the blazing hot sun.


So what’s the best material? Ceramic or glass for home use; and steel or plastic for travellers. Easy. If you’re planning to get a coffee mug warmer, consider the material of the mug you’re getting. By the way, read this if you’re interested why coffee is called joe.

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