I’m Marina, style blogger at MarinaSays.com and travel blogger at MadeinMoments.com. I don’t stay in one pace for too long, so believe it or not I get to have a new favorite mug every month.
Growing up I also moved around a lot, though mostly between California, USA and Slovakia, Europe.
It’s been about three weeks now. Although last week my boyfriend claimed it as his favorite mug too… we’re currently in the “who grabs it first gets it” phase.
This big glass mug was here when I arrived. My boyfriend and I are renting this apartment for just one month, and luckily the owners left the place fully furnished – mugs included!
Why this one?
I love it because it’s big enough to hold a lot of liquid while still being lightweight. I also love that the clear glass allows me to see if I’ve thoroughly mixed my chai powder or hot cocoa, while letting light into the beverage for a truly simple drinking experience.
Does it really make your drink taste better?
Yes. I tried making the chai latte in the cheap IKEA porcelain cups and simply couldn’t finish, it tasted that bad.
What is your favourite thing to have in your mug?
I love myself a nice Chai Latte with half milk, half water.
When do you have your first cuppa?
After having a breakfast smoothie in the morning my stomach starts to crave something warm before the day fully unfolds. Somewhere between breakfast and lunch is the perfect time to sit and sip at a hot treat from my favorite mug of the moment.
How many hot drinks do you have per day?
I drink typically 2-3 hot beverages per day, though if I’m home alone I usually forget to treat myself to anything luxurious in the evening hours.
What is your favourite thing to do whilst with your mug?
Like I said, somewhere between breakfast and lunch is my favorite time to sip at a hot drink. That’s usually about the time when I start to put on my makeup or read from the Kindle. This is where the size of the mug really starts to make a difference! While reading a high-suspense book such as The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters, one’s got to have somewhere to sip from.