Chamberlain Coffee Just Collaborated with W&P on a Limited-Edition Version of its Bestselling Tumbler
I try to pick my maxims carefully, and one that I fully subscribe to has basically become a guiding principle for all my kitchen accessory shopping: When you like the way something looks, you’re going to use it more (and be happier using it). That’s why I paid a little bit more to get the red color I wanted for my refurbished Vitamix blender — an appliance I use multiple times a week — and why last year I replaced an old plastic cup with a pebbled glass one whose stylish design motivates me to drink more water every day.
There are limits and exceptions to this idea, but it’s kept me on the right shopping path often enough to be genuinely valuable. One piece of kitchenware I’ve been considering upgrading is my coffee tumbler, and I’ve been eying these insulated cups from W&P (the same people behind one of our editor’s favorite lunch boxes). And now that they’re partnering with Chamberlain Coffee for a limited release, I have even more incentive to grab one.
W&P’s 20-ounce Porter Insulated Tumbler is made of ceramic, which unlike metal doesn’t add any unwanted flavors to your drinks and keeps them tasting the way they should. A splash-proof lid prevents spillage, and the outside is wrapped in a silicone grip that helps you safely hold onto your beverage even if it’s scalding hot on the inside. The outer layer also comes in a handful of chic color options; I’m particular to the Cream Terrazzo, and for a limited time you can snag this snazzy pattern with Chamberlain Coffee’s bubbly logo emblazoned on the side.
Chamberlain Coffee, created by internet personality Emma Chamberlain, sells much more than just beans (although their organic coffee bean blends are quite delicious). Our editors are big fans of their Keurig pods, which are matched in quality and flavor by their instant hot and iced coffee sticks. Their scroll-stopping matcha powders, available in original, mango, and vanilla flavors, are a fun treat to pick up, too. If you’re looking for some new coffee to brew at home — and enjoy in a thoughtfully-designed tumbler — check them out. They also partner with Food4Farmers, an organization that helps secure long-term food security for coffee-farming communities in Latin America.
These collaborative tumblers were made in a small run and are only sold at Chamberlain Coffee, so they’re likely to go quickly. Grab one with this exclusive logo treatment to add a versatile and durable beverage companion to your kitchen cupboards. It’s hard to not love something as cheerful and colorful as the speckled terrazzo pattern — which means you know you’ll get plenty of use out of it.
This post originally appeared on Kitchn. See it here: Chamberlain Coffee Just Collaborated with W&P on a Limited-Edition Version of Its Bestselling Tumbler