Warm your soul with a nice cuppa out of this perfectly sized black ceramic mug. Customize with our cool design to make that “aaahhh!” moment even better. It’s microwave and dishwasher safe and made of black, durable ceramic in 11-ounce sizes. The high-quality sublimation printing makes this black ceramic mug the perfect gift for your true coffee, cappuccino, tea, or hot chocolate lover.
- Black ceramic
- 11 oz (0.33 l)
Coffee is a hot pleasure
Small bean, great taste
It is passion, elixir of life and affordable luxury: good coffee.
Whether as a mouth-maker in the morning, as a little treat in between or as the crowning glory of a good meal: coffee accompanies us through the day and makes life that little bit more livable.
Many people around the world have fallen for the little bean with the great taste. After water, coffee is the second most popular drink of mankind. And whether in Asia or America, Africa or Australia - the wonderfully fragrant, full-bodied and stimulating hot drink is an integral part of everyday life everywhere. Coffee owes this above all to its outstanding property: an incomparable taste that you won't let go of once you've come across it.
An aromatic powerhouse
Coffee owes this taste to its so-called volatile aromas. The proportion of brown beans is up to 0.1 percent. And as small as this number may seem, hardly any other food can contain so many of these substances. But that's not all: With over 800 different aromas, coffee is right at the forefront of aroma statistics.
The connoisseur can not only feel the volatile aromas on the tongue, but above all can smell them. Coffee is a feast for many senses, not just for the taste buds. So you see z. E.g. in the crema the preparation quality of an espresso or in the dark shade of a filter coffee its strength. The smell and sight of a freshly prepared coffee also shape our anticipation of the expected little pleasure.
How important the eye is when it comes to enjoyment is shown above all in the many different drinking vessels: For centuries, people have been ennobling coffee with, in part, extremely lovingly designed and often valuable cups, pots and mugs.
An aromatic multi-package
However, the aromas only make up a small part of the ingredients that make up a coffee. What exactly is in it depends not only on the origin of the beans, but also on how they are processed and - last but not least - on the type of preparation.