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Background

Back in late 2017, while I was in Hong Kong for my holiday, I went to an Eslite store where they sell various stuff from various small stores. I came across one store that sells coffee and saw the ecoffee reusable coffee cup on their shelf. I had been thinking of getting one of such cups for a while since I drink coffee every day. As such, I decided to get one for myself.

The Stuff

The ecoffee reusable coffee cup comes in various designs and sizes. Mine comes in brown color and I believe is in 14oz (I took the biggest at that time). Basically is like those takeaway coffee cups from cafes, but a reusable version. In terms of the material used, according to ecoffee website, it states the following: 

"Made with natural fibre, corn starch and resin, it’s BPA, BPS and phthalate-free. The lid and sleeve are made with matte, food-grade silicone which is latex-free and designed especially for hot liquids. It has a re-sealable ‘no-drip’ lid, making it perfect to take with you everywhere you go. The whole product (cup, lid and sleeve) is dishwasher safe and should last for years if treated nicely."

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show how the stuff looks like:

The Ecoffee Reusable Coffee Cup
The Ecoffee Reusable Coffee Cup

The silicone cup lid
The silicone cup lid

The silicone sleeve
The silicone sleeve

Parts of the coffee cup
Parts of the coffee cup

Usage and Experience

I have been using the Ecoffee Reusable Coffee Cup for a while now since going back to the office to work. With hot coffee in the cup, the silicone sleeve manages to absorb some of the heat so that I can carry a hot coffee without any issue.

When the office runs out of coffee in the afternoon and I needed one, I just bring my cup and buy a cup of coffee from the coffee shop downstairs. A disposable cup is saved!

Other than using it to drink coffee, I also used it to drink water, cold water. This coffee cup is not a tumbler, as such, it will sweat on the cup surface when putting cold water.

Usage is simple, put the sleeve on, pour the hot coffee into the cup and cover it with the lid. Enjoy!

You can watch the video of this stuff below or on YouTube:



Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel that the Ecoffee Reusable Coffee Cup is a good replacement for the disposable coffee cup if you are looking for a sustainable option for your daily coffee routine. If you are interested to find out more, you can click on the following links below: