Cold cup is a reusable tumbler with triple insulation and a sleek, cup-holder-friendly design. It’s perfect for tackling workout classes, weekend errands, or chilling poolside.
Like Beanie Babies before them, the cups are instantly recognizable symbols of the brand and generate hype. Many fans are willing to pay hundreds for the latest designs, and resale sites are full of people trying to scoop them up.
Unlike conventional single-use plastic cold cups, which are made from fossil fuels and take hundreds of years to break down in landfills, these eco friendly cold cups are sustainable, practical and convenient. Made from a renewable plant-based material, this compostable cup is perfect for serving iced coffee, smoothies, yoghurt, and desserts.
Its crystal-clear plastic construction allows for complete product visibility, increasing impulse sales and brand recognition. It also comes with a rolled rim for a leak-resistant snap-fit lid application, reducing accidental spills and leaking. This cup is a great choice for businesses that want to go green and reduce their environmental impact. Customize it with your logo or design for a unique look that will stand out from the competition. This cold cup is available in a variety of sizes to suit your needs.
The plastic lining in Starbucks cups is made of type 2 plastic, which means it’s safe to drink from. However, it’s not recommended to microwave or reheat your coffee in these cups as the chemical lining can seep into the hot beverage.
The Starbucks reusable cold cups use post-consumer recycled materials to reduce their environmental impact. They contain 30% post-consumer PET (rPET) plastic, which uses fewer virgin resources and diverts waste that would otherwise be landfilled.
This material is more sustainable than polystyrene, which contains the industrial chemical bisphenol A (BPA). BPA is known to seep into foods and beverages, leading to health issues such as high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular diseases. BPA is also toxic to wildlife.
The double-wall construction offers maximum temperature retention to keep your beverage hot or cold for a longer time and reduce exterior condensation. This insulated beverage cup is also durable and has a sleek appearance that can be branded with your company’s logo.
Insulated bottles, tumblers, and cups usually have an interior layer of stainless steel, while the exterior is another material. Often times, they transfer heat through conduction or radiation from the materials and are not as effective for cold beverages.
Single wall cups are flimsier and require an additional sleeve to hold, but they are less expensive and easier to recycle. You could also consider reserving single wall cups for espressos and short drinks to minimize cost, while utilizing double-wall for more expensive beverages.
No Sweat Design
Like Beanie Babies before them, Starbucks’ color-changing reusable cups have reached near-supreme collectible status. Fans flock to stores and online resale sites to hunt down the latest designs. And when the hype is at its peak (aka closest to release), prices can reach hundreds of dollars if you are lucky enough to grab one before it sells out.
Keep your drinks cold and your hands dry with this stainless steel double-walled, vacuum-insulated Cold Cup from Created Co. It holds up to 16 oz of your favorite drink and fits most cup holders in cars. It also has a no-sweat design and secure lid so you can sip your beverage all day long. This cup is dishwasher safe, but don’t microwave or freeze it. Enjoy!
Easy to Clean
Unlike other types of cups, which can have nooks and crannies that bacteria can hide in, insulated cups have simple designs that make them easy to clean. You can wash them in the dishwasher or by hand. They are also durable and last longer than other types of cups.
If you do decide to wash your mug in the dishwasher, be sure to rinse it out ASAP. This will prevent stains and keep it mold-free for longer.
If you don’t have a dishwasher, you can also use vinegar to remove stubborn mold and residue. Combine one tablespoon of vinegar with lukewarm water and let the cup sit for 30 minutes before scrubbing it with a brush or sponge. You can then rinse the cup and dry it.