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Stanley Cups? What's the Hype?

You know I am not one to suddenly jump on the same shopping cart as everyone else and buy what others seem to be racing to the stores to purchase, but this one really had me considering, do I want one?

Now, the clever design peeps at Stanley have come up with a great way to advertise to not only adults but kids too, with clever color schemes, great marketing, and an ever-changing design portfolio that will have our kitchen cupboards full of different designs and colorways for years to come!

My favorites at the moment are these:

  • The Stanley Quencher Flowstate

  • The H2.0 FlowState tumbler keeps you refreshed and is available in 5 sizes ranging from 14 oz to a huge 64 oz, therefore you can be reassured your day is filled with fewer refills and top-ups. It is double-walled vacuum insulation meaning your drinks stay cold, iced, or hot for hours.

  • This cup is available in a large range of colors, from white to black, pink to blue, there is such an assortment you could change the color to suit your outfits!

  • It is dishwasher friendly so hey ladies, we love that one, right?

  • Constructed of 90% recycled BPA-free stainless steel, kinder to the planet

  • And the best part of all, Stanley has a lifetime guarantee!

Another one I love to use on our beach days is this one, which is the Stanley Stay Hot French Press.

At Lulu Sera, we like to take some time off occasionally and head to a picnic area for a relaxing afternoon. We use this opportunity to sample some of our teas and catch up on some of the more tedious meeting details, all while unwinding in a calming environment. The French Press we use is a real game-changer for us. It is versatile and can be used for iced, cold, or hot drinks, and can keep your iced beverages cold for up to 24 hours!

When using the flask as a French Press for coffee, first add your desired amount of coffee granules into the flask. Then, pour boiling water over the granules before placing the lid on top.

Allow the coffee to brew for about 5 minutes. Afterward, gently push the plunger down to the bottom of the flask to ensure the granules remain at the bottom. You are now ready to enjoy your coffee for the day.

Alternatively, you can use this flask to make tea. Begin by replacing the coffee granules with tea leaves. Bring the water to a boil and pour it over the tea leaves in the bottom of the flask. Allow 5-10 minutes for fruit and herbal blends, 3-5 minutes for black teas, and 3 minutes for white and green teas to steep. After the desired steeping time, use the plunger to push the leaves down to the bottom of the flask. Enjoy your tea!

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