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    When I walk into any coffee shop, I see at least a handful of people asking for their berage to be poured into their own reusable vessel rather than something disposable.

    And trust me: Baristas are more than happy to oblige. Every single one of the pros I talked to for this story said not only that ceramic, glass, and stainless-steel options are better for the environment but that they actually make your coffee tastier than paper or plastic does. They’re also more convenient — I make my coffee and tea at home the vast majority of the time, but now I pour it into one of the reusable travel mugs I tested for this story whenever I want to take it with me on the go. It saves money and keeps my drink hot or cold for longer. Plus, I can sip some, throw the container in my bag, and save the rest for later.

    To find the travel mugs on this list, I spoke with 18 people whose taste in a travel mug I would trust (more than a dozen coffee professionals, sustainability experts, and my fellow obsessive Strategist writers) and then narrowed things down by testing them out myself. All the travel mugs on this list have temperature retention for at least a few hours, with the exception of three, which I’ve noted and explained.

    While all of them work well, if you’re going to invest in this long-term good practice, you want to find the one that best fits your coffee habits and, of course, your aesthetic preference.

    Best travel mug overall

    MiiR Flip Traveler

    Volume: 12 to 20 ounces | Lid type: Flip lid | How to clean: Dishwasher safe

    The MiiR Travel Tumbler came up most frequently with my panel of experts, and after testing it myself, I could see why. Allie Caran, product manager at Barista Valet in New York City, puts it very simply: It’s “super-sleek, retains heat and cold really well, and never leaks,” In my testing, I found the same to be true.

    The whole lid screws on tight, and a small piece flips up when you take a sip, then locks back in when you’re done. Sipping from it is comfortable, too. The mouthpiece is small enough to allow a steady stream of liquid to flow without spilling, but it’s not so small that you feel you’re not getting enough out. This is even the case with iced coffee; the cubes never obstruct the opening or cause uneven flow.

    Jerad Morrison, co-founder and co-CEO of Sightglass Coffee in San Francisco, explains that the temperature retention is thanks to the double-walled interior, which also means it’s never too hot or too cold to hold on the outside. (I find the grip itself to be secure too, slim enough to fit in one hand.) “It’s stainless steel, so it washes really easily,” Morrison says, “and doesn’t hold on to any flavors.

    ” Will Pratt, founder and owner of Tandem Coffee Roasters in Portland, Maine, agrees that the material makes it a breeze to clean — and adds that if you have one, you can just throw it in the dishwasher. “Coffee has sticky oils that leave residue, and there’s nothing worse than a mug that holds that flavor over time,” he says. The final bonus, Morisson says, is that it fits into cupholders in both cars and bikes, which “is not always the case.”

    Michael Phillips, director of content and copy at Blue Bottle, recommends Miir’s standard tumbler. The body is made from the same material as the travel model, above, with a shape that tapers slightly toward the bottom so it still feels good in the hand and fits in cupholders. The clear lid also “gives you a chance to see what you’re drinking,” Phillips explains, and “does a great job stopping sloshes from getting out and onto your hands.”

    FROM $28 AT MIIR
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    Best travel mug for cappuccinos

    KeepCup Reusable Coffee Cup

    Volume: 12 and 16 ounces | Lid type: Flip lid | How to clean: Hand-wash only

    KeepCup was also mentioned by many of our experts. The small glass vessels were designed by two former baristas in Melbourne, Australia, making it easier for people like Joanna Lareau, coffee manager at Stumptown, and Samya Said, former barista training manager at Fairgrounds Coffee & Tea, to do their jobs. Both pros say that having a wide mouth and inner slope allows baristas to pour amazing coffee art, and Lareau notes that the small size fits cortados and cappuccinos well. “Some reusable cups are so big they don’t fit into the espresso machine,” she says.

    In my own testing, I found the user experience to be nice, too. The lid here functions pretty much the same as the MiiR, which means you can sip from the hole or take the whole thing off.

    Both make for comfortable sipping. I was initially nervous the glass would be delicate, but it’s thick and feels sturdy, with a wide cork ring around the perimeter so I can grip without my fingers getting too hot. The glass body also means that there’s not as much heat retention going on as some of the others.

    But for Ryan Fisher, Director of Coffee and Roasting at GoodBoyBob Coffee in Santa Monica, California, that’s actually a benefit instead of a problem: The glass gets his coffee to the exact temperature he likes quickly. While there’s a small silicone tag that fits into the sip hole to seal it, I will note that it isn’t perfectly leak-proof, meaning this isn’t a mug I would casually throw in my bag. But it’s very nice for taking on walks or bringing coffee-shop brew home.

    $30 AT AMAZON
    FROM $30 AT KEEPCUP

    Best travel mug for iced coffee

    Fellow Carter Move Mug + Splash Guard

    Volume: 8, 12, and 16 ounces | Lid type: Twist-off lid | How to clean: Hand-wash only

    Fellow is generally a favorite brand among industry folks. As with all their products, the travel mug has a streamlined look. Even though you can’t throw it in the dishwasher, Morrison says the stainless-steel interior makes it easy to clean. And it retains hot and cold temperatures with the best of them. But the coolest feature of all? “There’s a small guard insert at the top,” Morrison says, “so if you’re drinking iced coffee, the cubes don’t fall back onto your face when you get toward the bottom.”

    $30 AT BEST BUY
    $35 AT FELLOW

    Best travel mug for commuting

    Zojirushi Stainless-Steel Mug
    From $24

    Volume: 12 and 16 ounces | Lid type: Flip lid | How to clean: Hand-wash recommended

    The Zojirushi, which was also a top pick for reusable water bottles, comes with a lot of the same perks as many others on this list: fantastic temperature control and a slim, sleek, and lightweight body. But according to tea consultant Sara Shacket, its most impressive quality is that it’s completely airtight. “It really doesn’t leak,” she says. “I’ve used it during many commutes on the subway, thrown in my bag, and was never worried. Same if I was hiking on a trip. It could be upside down and it wouldn’t leak.” Cookbook author and recipe developer Carla Lalli Music, who owns multiple Zojirushi models, echoes this sentiment, saying, “It has the most bustproof cap in the biz.”

    FROM $24 AT AMAZON

    Best travel mug with a handle

    Yeti Rambler Mug

    Volume: 10 to 24 ounces | Lid type: Slide lid | How to clean: Dishwasher safe

    Steven Sadoff, founder of New York City’s Ground Support, has many travel mugs (including the MiiR and the Fellow above), but he turns to his Yeti when he wants a handle. He says he finds this feature particularly convenient when he’s driving because even though it doesn’t fit in a cup holder, he can easily grab it and sip with control.

    “It makes for a pretty comfortable drinking experience,” he says, “especially as you get close to the end of your coffee.” The same applies when he meets friends for a coffee outside because “you can gesticulate wildly without spilling.” Aside from the handle, he appreciates that the mug seals incredibly tightly, keeps liquid hot for hours, and is dishwasher safe. Rhiannon Giddens is another fan, saying that Yeti bottles keep liquid “hot or cold for a millennia.”

    $30 AT YETI
    $21 AT AMAZON

    Best less expensive travel mug with a handle

    MiiR Insulated Camp Cup
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    Volume: 8 to 20 ounces | Lid type: Slide lid | How to clean: Hand-wash recommended

    Recommended by multiple experts, MiiR also makes a sweet travel mug that mimics an actual handled mug. Em Orendorff, former manager at Intelligentsia Coffee, likes it because “it’s shaped just like the mugs we use in the café (short and wide with a great handle), so it’s a breeze for baristas to make your drink in it as well as easy to clean and to drink out of.

    ” Caleb Chauncey, former barista at East Pole Coffee Co. in Atlanta, likes that its insulated interior keeps drinks warm or cold for long periods of time, and it keeps a consistent temperature on the outside too. “It won’t burn your hand if you have a hot beverage inside, and it won’t sweat when you have a cold one,” he says.

    To me, it seems like the perfect camping companion. It’s also worth noting that it comes in the largest range of sizes of any of the mugs we’ve listed.

    FROM $28 AT AMAZON
    FROM $23 AT MIIR

    Best travel mug with a replaceable lid

    Hydro Flask Coffee With Flex Sip Lid
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    Hydro Flask Wide Mouth Flex Sip Lid

    Volume: 12 to 20 ounces | Lid type: Twist-off lid or sip lid | How to clean: Dishwasher safe

    Hydro Flask is another go-to for water (in fact, it was named our best overall bottle because so many people sung its praises). But the materials and build that keep liquid cold also keep liquid hot, as Strategist editor and avid coffee drinker Maxine Builder can attest to. She particularly likes the model with a Flex Sip lid.

    “It’s a lot easier to manipulate on the go and actually keeps the hot coffee in there,” she says. “The other advantage of this lid is the addition of a hook, which means I can carry it with one finger while I walk my dog in the morning.

    ” Best of all, if you already own a Hydro Flask, you can buy the new lid separately and just replace your old one. The company says it’s dishwasher safe, but hand-washing is recommended — though both my boyfriend and I have been putting our own Hydro Flasks in the dishwasher for months now with no damage.

    Best no-leak travel mug

    Kinto Travel Tumbler

    Strategist writer Jeremy Rellosa loves his Kinto Travel Tumbler because of its double-lid system, which prevents leaks. You take both off to fill the bottle, then twist in the first one that has a few holes around the perimeter to sip from, and then add the fully closed screw top over that.

    It stays extra-secure, Rellosa says, because there are no small flip-up or sliding parts that can open by accident. Once, he had to stuff it into his backpack while traveling and thought he was going to open it to find coffee stains on his clothes, but everything inside stayed clean and dry.

    Plus, “the actual lid where you drink from and makes contact with your lips never touches the exterior of your bag, or wherever you’re stashing it,” Rellosa says. Julia Shaw, director of marketing at NYC’s Devoción Coffee, is another fan. She says the bottle keeps liquid hot or cold for a long time and has an “elegant” aesthetic appeal.

    $30 AT AMAZON
    $37 AT KINTO USA

    Best travel mug with open hole lid

    Kinto To-Go Tumbler

    Kinto To-Go Tumbler

    $33

    Volume: 12 ounces | Lid type: Sip lid | How to clean: Dishwasher safe

    Kinto’s To-Go Tumbler has a very small but always-open sip hole, which means it’s best suited for when you’re sitting at a desk or on a walk holding the tumbler in your hand.

    This means your drink will stay hot for about an hour and cold for several hours, but it’s not going to retain its temperature all day long. That said, it’s still a favorite of a couple of our experts.

    For ​​Haley Boyd, a designer and sustainability enthusiast, this is mostly because of the aesthetic. “It’s an attractive, simple shape in a solid color without a huge logo, which is surprisingly hard to find,” she says. But for Noah McKeown, general manager at Go Get Em Tiger in Los Angeles, who uses his nearly every day, it’s more than just looks. “I like the small-hole sip lid,” he says. “I think the flow-out of it is really nice. It never spills, but you still get a lot of the coffee aromatics out of it.”

    $33 AT AMAZON
    $45 AT KINTO USA

    Best customizable travel mug

    Frank Green Ceramic Reusable Cup

    Volume: 12 and 16 ounces | Lid type: Button lid or straw lid | How to clean: Dishwasher safe

    Not only does this ceramic-lined mug hit the mark on functionality, but it allows you to customize way beyond size. You choose between a lid with a button-release or a built-in straw and then pick from a bunch of pretty, muted tones, either making it monochrome or designing it so that the body, lid, and button are all different colors.

    It’s super-effective, too. I tested a button-release version: While you unscrew the lid fully to fill the vessel, you press down on a circle flush with the top that opens another much smaller hole to sip from it.

    This releases a slow and steady stream of liquid when you tip the mug back. Even when I was walking around with it, I never had to readjust how I was holding or maneuvering it, and no amount of turning it upside down or jostling led to any leaking. And the temperature retention is great — I could hear ice clinking around four hours after I filled it on a recent run around the city on a hot summer day.

    FROM $35 AT FRANK GREEN

    Best glass travel mug for brewing tea

    Oneisall Glass Tea Infuser

    Oneisall Glass Tea Infuser

    $31

    Volume: 7 ounces | Lid type: Twist-off lid | How to clean: Dishwasher safe

    Daniela Titiun, tea sommelier and author of Tea Cachai, tried many different glass tea mugs before landing on one she calls “the smartest system” for its game-changing tea-brewing mechanism. Normally, she explains, tumblers have a metal insert that’s filled with tea leaves and steeped in water.

    That means that once the appropriate amount of time has passed, you either have to remove the strainer — which can be impractical, if you’re on the go — or just leave the leaves inside, which can cause your drink to get bitter.

    The Oneisall, however, functions by dividing the vessel in half with a filter. One side houses the leaves; the other, the water.

    This allows you to turn the bottle upside down to infuse and then right side up when you’re ready to unscrew and sip. (There’s a helpful video on the product page.) While the glass means this mug is non-insulating, the double walls help retain heat for about an hour, and at only seven ounces, it should be easy to finish by then. Plus, as Titiun notes, you can easily re-brew for a second time with the same leaves.

    $31 AT AMAZON

    Best stainless-steel travel mug for brewing tea

    Firebelly Tea Stop Infusion Mug

    Volume: 16 ounces | Lid type: Sip lid | How to clean: Hand-wash recommended

    Like the model above, this travel mug (which was gifted to me by the brand) brews tea without an infuser sitting in your water — but instead of the flip method, it has a more traditional tea press that you push down once the steep time is over (similar to a French press).

    The grip is comfortable, so I often take it with me on late-afternoon walks, and the twist-off lid is extremely tight. It hasn’t ever spilled, even when jostled in my tote bag. There are small sip holes around the perimeter of the top of the infuser so you can drink from any angle, all while the flow of liquid is slow and controlled.

    Finally, because of the stainless-steel insulation, it stays at temperature for hours; when I brew it before I go upstairs for the evening, it’s still hot when I drink from it before bed.

    $40 AT BLOOMINGDALE’S
    $40 AT FIREBELLY TEA

    Some more travel mugs we’ve written about

    Our experts

    • ​​Haley Boyd, designer and sustainability enthusiast
    • Maxine Builder, Strategist editor
    • Allie Caran, product manager at Barista Valet
    • Caleb Chauncey, former barista at East Pole Coffee Co.
    • Ryan Fisher, director of coffee and roasting at GoodBoyBob Coffee
    • Joanna Lareau, coffee manager at Stumptown
    • Noah McKeown, general manager at Go Get Em Tiger
    • Jerad Morrison, co-founder and co-CEO of Sightglass Coffee
    • Carla Lalli Music, cookbook author and recipe developer
    • Em Orendorff, former manager at Intelligentsia Coffee
    • Michael Phillips, director of content and copy at Blue Bottle
    • Will Pratt, founder and owner of Tandem Coffee Roasters
    • Jeremy Rellosa, Strategist writer
    • Steven Sadoff, founder of New York City’s Ground Support
    • Samya Said, former barista training manager at Fairgrounds Coffee & Tea
    • Sara Shacket, tea consultant
    • Julia Shaw, director of marketing at Devoción Coffee
    • Daniela Titiun, tea sommelier and writer of Tea Cachai

     

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