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Date: 09 Oct 2006 22:37:21
From: jojobird
Subject: does anyone sell non-disposable "travel" coffee cups to go
Whenever you order to go - coffee will usually be given to you in
disposable paper cups. Does anyone know where I can get these cups -
not the thermos tall mug types that is sold everywhere but the shorter,
12 oz cup size





 
Date: 10 Oct 2006 14:10:24
From: jojobird
Subject: Re: does anyone sell non-disposable "travel" coffee cups to go
Thanks for all your replies. Anyone know where I can get them in
Melbourne, Australia?


bernie wrote:

> jojobird wrote:
> > Whenever you order to go - coffee will usually be given to you in
> > disposable paper cups. Does anyone know where I can get these cups -
> > not the thermos tall mug types that is sold everywhere but the shorter,
> > 12 oz cup size
> >
>
> We use the 16oz Perfect Touch which is available here from Sam's
> Club. I think the cost of the cup and lid now is about .09. I do have a
> small stash of 12oz which is also available at Sam's. I have them
> because somedays I don't pay enough attention and end up with a van full
> of 12oz which have the same (??) packaging. Lids fit the same.
> Bernie



  
Date: 11 Oct 2006 17:51:48
From: Brent
Subject: Re: does anyone sell non-disposable "travel" coffee cups to go
huhtumaki or detpak

I prefer the ripple ones from detpak...

they are in oz to my knowledge.

but then I have forgotten the question!

> Thanks for all your replies. Anyone know where I can get them in
> Melbourne, Australia?
>
>
> bernie wrote:
>
>> jojobird wrote:
>> > Whenever you order to go - coffee will usually be given to you in
>> > disposable paper cups. Does anyone know where I can get these cups -
>> > not the thermos tall mug types that is sold everywhere but the shorter,
>> > 12 oz cup size
>> >
>>
>> We use the 16oz Perfect Touch which is available here from Sam's
>> Club. I think the cost of the cup and lid now is about .09. I do have a
>> small stash of 12oz which is also available at Sam's. I have them
>> because somedays I don't pay enough attention and end up with a van full
>> of 12oz which have the same (??) packaging. Lids fit the same.
>> Bernie
>




 
Date: 10 Oct 2006 07:59:10
From: bernie
Subject: Re: does anyone sell non-disposable "travel" coffee cups to go
jojobird wrote:
> Whenever you order to go - coffee will usually be given to you in
> disposable paper cups. Does anyone know where I can get these cups -
> not the thermos tall mug types that is sold everywhere but the shorter,
> 12 oz cup size
>

We use the 16oz Perfect Touch which is available here from Sam's
Club. I think the cost of the cup and lid now is about .09. I do have a
small stash of 12oz which is also available at Sam's. I have them
because somedays I don't pay enough attention and end up with a van full
of 12oz which have the same (??) packaging. Lids fit the same.
Bernie


 
Date: 10 Oct 2006 05:14:50
From: Keith R.
Subject: Re: does anyone sell non-disposable "travel" coffee cups to go
Not sure what part of the world you are in but here in the USA you can
get them at most food stores (we just got some from Bloom) or (in bulk)
at the Costcos and other warehouse stores.

The Solo brand with the foamy outer insulator and domed lids are our
favorite.

Keith R.
Warrenton, VA USA



 
Date: 10 Oct 2006 19:51:02
From: Brent
Subject: Re: does anyone sell non-disposable "travel" coffee cups to go
now for an ever helpful reply - I have plenty!

(of course I am in NZ)

:)

Brent


> Whenever you order to go - coffee will usually be given to you in
> disposable paper cups. Does anyone know where I can get these cups -
> not the thermos tall mug types that is sold everywhere but the shorter,
> 12 oz cup size
>