Description

In this enamel mug, all good things come together. Camping, coffee, retro design, and an awesome pun, all on one little cylinder of iron and enamel. How can this be, you ask? It’s a miracle! The perfect camping enamel mug for that person who loves their coffee with an extra sprinkling of wordplay goodness. Drink up!

This enamel mug is the perfect thing to take on a camping trip (and filling with extra strong and wonderful coffee) and to use at home to remind yourself that being at home is lame-sauce– daily motivation to plan your next camping trip.

Handmade by DRIINKY:
This is an individually printed vintage reproduction mug in a sturdy enamel-coated steel with contrast rolled rim. These mugs look small, but hold a full 12 oz of your chosen liquid drinkable goodness (AKA wine). It’s lightweight, sturdy, dishwasher safe (sort of– see note at bottom of listing for care & washing), and ready to stand up to all sorts of abuse. Each one is hand-dipped in enamel and intentionally left looking a little rustic. Occasional pocks and spots on the finish are simply intended to add to its charm.

Take this enamel mug camping, toss it in your bag to take to a picnic, use it and abuse it and love it.

NOTE ON DISHWASHER & MICROWAVE USE:

DISHWASHER: At your own risk! The design is dishwasher safe, though I suppose it’s possible that using the dishwasher may cause it to fade eventually. The mug is steel under the enamel, meaning that if the enamel chips (which is common and natural with these mugs and lends to their vintage patina) putting them in the dishwasher might accelerate any rusting. The best thing is probably to handwash them. Me? I’m lazy, and mine go in the dishwasher. So far, they’ve been fine.

MICROWAVE: Don’t. Just don’t. It’s metal under there, dude. Bad idea.

Captain Pickard

Many people call me captain...if you get the reference...Why do you ask?Because that's my last name!

In east North Carolina born and raised, on the surfboard is where i spent most of my days. Chillin' out maxin' relaxin' all cool and well...basically trying not to be a fool.

Latest posts by Captain Pickard (see all)

Additional information

Weight .5 lbs