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I am a believer that coffee should be about the whole experience. I make my keep cups thin and light, so they are nice to hold, yet still thick enough to insulate against heat loss and therefore keep my coffee hot for longer. Happy bonus is that we are saving the turtles and creating less waste.


It is estimated that Australians use 1 billion disposable coffee cups each year. That's approximately 2,700,000 paper coffee cups thrown out every day! We need to change this. Buy a re-useable cup and use it instead of disposable cups. It makes a difference.

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Each cup is individually hand crafted in my studio and because of this each cup is unique.

The process of making each cup involves sourcing the best local Australian clay, hand kneading the clay, dividing the clay, rolling it into balls, throwing/shaping the individual balls into cups on the pottery wheel, trimming the cups the following day, drying the cups until bone dry, bisque firing them in the kiln to 1000˚C , wiping and glazing, then firing the cups again to over 1200˚C

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