drink every last drop of coffee with the goat mug drink every last drop of coffee with the goat mug
nov 23, 2015

drink every last drop of coffee with the goat mug

drink every last drop of your coffee with the goat mug
all images courtesy of GOAT STORY 

 

 

 

goat‘ is a practical and sustainable mug by desnahemisfera, in cooperation with equa, that intends to pay homage to the animals that discovered coffee. its horn shape not only tells the original story of coffee, but also helps you drink every last drop. in addition, the leather holder is fully leakproof, BPA-free simply turns into a stable stand, allowing it to be easily kept on any countertop.

 


video courtesy of desnahemisfera

 

 

 

the product comes with a set of two straps – short and long part – that have the ability combine into one. as a result, it can be attached to bag or draped across your shoulder. this way, users can carry their books and other items or talk on the phone, all while carrying a beverage.

 

desnahemisfera goat mug coffee
the leather holder

desnahemisfera goat mug coffee
the product helps you drink the last sip

desnahemisfera goat mug coffee
the two versions

desnahemisfera goat mug coffee
the long strap can be draped over your shoulder

desnahemisfera goat mug coffee
the product is BPA-free

desnahemisfera goat mug coffee

desnahemisfera goat mug coffee
the cuff can also be used as a base

desnahemisfera goat mug coffee

desnahemisfera goat mug coffee
coffee mug stand

desnahemisfera goat mug coffee
the short strap attached to a bag

 

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  • Hipster much?
    And how are You supposed to wash it?

    Filip says:
  • I love the way it holds coffee and you can drink directly from it. I wonder if they’re considering making a line, maybe 2.0, where the bottom functions as a stand, like such as being flat along the bottom. That would be a really cool feature.

    Novel Suggestor says:
  • YES PLEASE. I would use this every day. I would like nothing more than to sling my coffee cup over my shoulder and bike home. Regardless of the comically hipster video, this idea is genius! Plus, it looks adorable.

    How would you wash it? A sponge. Duh.

    Alexia says:
  • i would use this everyday. It would go with me to every Viking reinactment event I went to. These are awesome!

    Chris says:
  • I have been waiting for something like this for years. I am sharing this with everyone I know!

    Raven says:
  • I swear, Americans are obsessed with the word “hipster”. This is a very cool idea, and the last time I checked you could clean out cup-like objects with warm water and a sponge.

    ShanghaiShadow says:
  • The design on this one I think could benefit from a bottle brush. That’s what I tend to use for my faire horn.

    Jake says:
  • I think it’s brilliant! THIS is the coffee holder/cup I’d take with me everywhere.

    AmyB says:
  • without words; this cup tells people not to mess with you before the last drop.

    lanvy says:
  • OMG! I really want! please~~

    Joyce Hung says:
  • I think this is a really great idea. Simple, convenient, carries coffee wherever hands-free without risk of slopping: bonus. Judging from some of the comments, some people are way overdue for their shot of java, maybe they’d be a bit less snippy if they actually had one of these.

    HG says:
  • From the looks of it, I believe that small tab at the point of the horn actually comes out, so this would be much easier to clean than most, you can simply pull the spout, and wash it completely through.

    Josh says:
  • So it’s a modern drinking horn with a leather band that allows you to set it on a table. While a neat idea, I don’t get what’s so “sustainable” about it. It’s not any more sustainable than a traditional travel mug. And while it gets points for “cool” factor, I’m not buying that it’s really all that more practical than other solutions.

    Katie says:
  • Absolut must – the goat, the horn and for coffee – yep.
    But do they ship to Germany?

    Asunja says:
  • Modern day drinking horn, uh, yes please!!!

    Amber says:
  • Would be lovely to see this in a natural horn colour – perfect for taking to re-enactments

    Carol Tierney says:
  • As for washing it, if you rinse it out right away, nothing will get dried in the tip of the horn, and if it does, a bottle brush should work just fine. As for turning the bottom into a stand (flatten it), well, that kind of defeats the purpose of it looking like a drinking horn.

    But I really want one in bull horn size!

    Chandra says:

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