Artistic Enamel Camping Mugs - Tiny House Blog

Artistic Enamel Camping Mugs

Masha Pasichnyk, an artist from Phoenix, Arizona contacted me about a product that is quite popular with the campervan folks as it is a great way to get inspired for a new day without having to worry that they may break. Masha thought they might be of interest to all people tiny and shared one with me to test out and review.

I must admit that I am a bit of a coffee buff and have several ways of making coffee around my house. This being a small sized mug, I immediately thought of my AeroPress coffee maker. This gadget is great for small spaces and makes a great cup of coffee. It is also great if you are traveling and want to take your coffee with you. I won’t go into all the details on the AeroPress accept that I like to hand grind my coffee beans when I make it and enjoy the full process.

Needless to say, the coffee came out great and the mug worked perfectly.

The mug is made from high-quality carbon steel and coated with porcelain enamel in a two coat process that results in a slightly textured surface.

It has a smooth surface preventing it from altering the flavor of coffee or tea.

  • 3.5 Inch Diameter  and it Stands 3.25 Inches Tall
  • Beautiful Solid White with Chrome Trim Finish
  • Oven, Freezer, and Dishwasher safe
  • Enamelware is not intended for microwave use.

Masha knows that I live in Central Oregon with lakes and mountains nearby and sent me a mug with an artist rendering of a canoe in front of a lake with mountains in the background. I really like the mug as it is small and lightweight yet feels comfortable in my hand.

To learn more about CouloirArt visit their website. They offer a nice choice of mugs, art prints, and some fun blog posts.

Check them out here: https://www.couloirart.com/

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