Ecoffee Reusable Coffee Cup - William Morris Collection - Acanthus 14oz / 400ml
Ecoffee cups are reusable coffee cups made with naturally biodegradable organic bamboo fibres. They are light, bright and beautiful to drink from and won't make your hot drink taste funny.
Created with the world’s fastest growing, most sustainable crop – bamboo fibre, Ecoffee Cup is BPA and phthalate free. If you haven’t experienced Ecoffee Cup, it feels a bit like thick, yet super-light cardboard; hard to believe it can hold hot liquids. And because bamboo fibre is naturally sterile, Ecoffee Cup is lovely to drink from and won’t flavour-taint your drinks.
The lid and sleeve are made with matte food-grade silicone which is designed especially for hot liquids. It has a re-sealable no-drip lid, making it perfect to take with you everywhere you go. The whole product (cup, lid and sleeve) is dishwasher safe and should last for years if you treat it nicely; of course it can break if you treat it roughly and it is not suitable for microwave use.
Ecoffee Cup. Have Fun. Do Good.
Benefits for you and the environment:
Introducing the William Morris Collection:
'Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful" - William Morris
William Morris is recognised as one of the most significant cultural figures of Victorian Britain. Artist, print maker, poet and social activist, he was associated with the British Arts and Crafts movement and contributed to the revival of traditional textile arts and production methods. He also help a deep-set commitment and respect for the environment. Useful and beautiful, the Ecoffee Cup William Morris collection embodies all William Morris held true. Functional Classics for our times.
Why buy an Ecoffee cup?
Very few people know it, but 2017 marks a somewhat dubious 30th anniversary: that of the modern single-use “paper” cup. In three short decades, we estimate over 2 trillion of them have ended up in landfill – oh, in case you’re wondering, that’s 2,000,000,000,000.
The average lifespan of a single-use cup is 13 minutes – and due to their plastic content less than 1% get recycled.
So, in what could only be described as the understatement of the century, Ecoffee cup felt there was an appetite for change! They passionately maintain that recycling is not the answer; instead, we can only institute real change with your help. In this enlightened era, there really is no excuse for single-use. That’s why they created Ecoffee Cup.
The Cup Stops Here: