This set of Bodum bistro mugs is stylish and insulated, but heat doesn't transfer to the exterior as fast as the cheaper alternative we tested from Pyrex.
The Bodum insulated plastic travel French press is the cheapest we could find with a tight-fitting lid. Even so, it successfully keeps coffee hot for hours and grounds from mixing with milk.
These glasses are break-resistant and dishwasher safe, but they're also stylish and insulated enough for coffee and other hot drinks.
These are inexpensive and widely available sets from a well-known brand. They make coffee taste overly sweet and are uncomfortable to hold, even at medium speeds. Avoid these mugs unless you like sweet coffee.
The Bistro 15 ounce large mug was our favorite insulated mug. Its narrow shape and flat bottom make it comfortable to hold, and the Dual Temp Technology can keep drinks hot for eight hours and cold for 24.
These insulated mugs are inexpensive, easily cleanable, and lightweight. But look closely at the beaker and you'll find some imperfections.
Convenient and reusable travel mug, keeps hot drinks hot twice as long as traditional mugs, up to 4 hours, keeps drinks cold up to 12 hours.
These glasses have a streamlined design, great for parties. And, the double wall prevents condensation.
These glasses are reasonably priced, well-made, and insulated. They come with a lid, so you don't have to worry about spilling a beverage.
The Bodum Pavina glass is the best-looking glass we found. It does a great job at keeping coffee hot, and its unique design is really jaw-dropping.