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BRUGO.

by Richard

It’s been pretty cold around here recently, and everytime I get in my car to go to work, I think, “Why don’t I make some hot chocolate before I get in the car? Oh yeah! It’s too freaking hot to sip properly without burning myself while driving. In my experience, there’s about a minute and a half of optimum temperature for a hot beverage that’s sitting in a mug, where it’s cooled enough for me to drink, but not so cool that I don’t really want to drink it. Or I have the alternative problem, where I have the drink in some sort of insulated container, but it works too well at keeping the drink hot and I end up burning my tongue several times.

The BRUGO aims to solve this problem for people who would like to enjoy a hot beverage without worrying about burning themselves everytime they take a sip. It consists of 2 chambers: one, that is large and traditionally insulated, and one that is a bit smaller, which quickly dissipates the heat and brings the temperature of whatever liquid is in it down to a lovely, more sippable level.

BRUGO is available straight from the manufacturer for $19.95, and comes in an assortment of colors.

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6 Responses to “BRUGO.”

  1. KnowHR Blog » Blog Archive » Sipper Cup for Harried HR Pros on the Go Says:

    […] The Brugo sipper cup is just the right thing for the HR Pro on the go: The BRUGO aims to solve this problem for people who would like to enjoy a hot beverage without worrying about burning themselves everytime they take a sip. It consists of 2 chambers: one, that is large and traditionally insulated, and one that is a bit smaller, which quickly dissipates the heat and brings the temperature of whatever liquid is in it down to a lovely, more sippable level. […]

  2. Matt Says:

    So I started to post another thermos joke, but can’t. Seems you explained how it keeps hot things hot quite adequately.

  3. Richard Says:

    HA! The insult monster has been thwarted, at least for now.

  4. Matt Says:

    Insult monster?? My goal has always been witty commentary.

  5. Informmeus Says:

    Great description of a common problem Richard! I usually get about 3 minutes of optimum drinking temperature time in a ceramic cup but just can’t get used to insulated cups.

  6. Reese Says:

    Me. Want. Now. I wish I was one of those people who was lucky enough to have people they really don’t know on the internet buy them things for Christmas. Eh, I’m mean though, probably only happens to nice people.