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Reusable Coffee Cups 'Think Cups' Land at Shut the Front Door
Monday 2 July 2018, 2:59AM
By Beckie Wright
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Think Cups have finally landed at Shut the Front Door’s online and literal doorsteps. These incredibly stylish yet functional reusable coffee cups offer a sustainable and more enhanced drinking experience for your daily morning commutes and weekend brunch dates.

Think Cup is a Sydney-based company that believes in the idea of a reusable coffee cup changing the world. Not only do Think Cups help reduce the amount of waste generated from disposable coffee cups, they are also made of high-quality materials that make them the perfect coffee companion.

Think Cups are made of borosilicate glass, making them durable and able to withstand extreme changes in temperature. But the real show-stopper is the unique Think Cup lid – it is made of food grade silicone that is insulating and lovely to hold. It is also ergonomically designed to prevent spillage and provide a smooth sipping experience. You can say goodbye to coffee accidentally sipping on your top during long morning commutes – simply with a Think Cup.

Every year, New Zealanders drink from 259 million coffee cups, most of which cannot be recycled and sadly end up in landfills. While the cups are made of paper, they are coated with plastic to ensure liquid doesn’t leak out. As a country we can reduce the number of plastic in our landfills by refusing to use these single-use plastics such as coffee cups, straws, utensils, balloons, and more. A reusable coffee cup can be your first step towards a greener future.

Start your journey to a sustainable coffee-drinking habit with a Think Cup today – now available in a variety of classic and bright colours at Shut the Front Door stores nationwide and online. STFD also offer a wide range of other sustainable homeware and online gifts to choose from.  

Visit the Shut the Front Door website today!



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