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Posted: April 2014 Author: Inder Brar Category: Information

Reading the small print

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for a German furniture shop which has been selling printed mugs with a faint portrait of Adolf Hitler! More

Posted: April 2014 Author: Inder Brar Category: Promotional Ceramic Mugs, Other Ceramic Things, Information

Shanghigh Prices!

A miniature porcelain cup dating back to the Ming Dynasty, has sold for £21.5m at an auction in Hong Kong More

Posted: April 2014 Author: Inder Brar Category: Promotional Ceramic Mugs, Information

Sauce “Hot” promotional mugs

Dr Burnorium from Bristol’s Hot Sauce Emporium recently got in touch, requiring some smoking hot promotional mugs. More

Posted: January 2014 Author: Inder Brar Category: Information

Which Decorating Method Will Give You the Best Looking Mug?

The Mug Store is proud to own some of the most efficient printing machinery in Europe. Understanding the needs of customers we use a range of decorating methods to ensure the perfect finish... More

Posted: January 2014 Author: Inder Brar Category: Promotional Travel Mugs, Information

Give Customers a Hug with an Insulated Mug

Promotional mugs are ideal for promoting your logo, getting your brand out there and raising awareness of your brand however, the style you choose can boost your business even further... More

Posted: January 2014 Author: Inder Brar Category: Promotional Ceramic Mugs, Promotional Bone China Mugs, Information

Mugs that Become Collector’s Items

Promotional mugs are usually bought with branding in mind to enable a business to raise a reputation and profile while giving customers and employees a treat. They are also ideal for making a profit.. More

Posted: February 2012 Author: Inder Brar Category: Promotional Bone China Mugs

Promotional bone china mugs

The mug was one of the first items used to promote businesses. Companies have been printing their logo and name on mugs for years. Today, they have proven to be just as effective as when they were first introduced as a promotional tool. Bone china mugs are an excellent choice of promotional product for those who want to create a perception of quality, elegance and sophistication around their company. Bone china is considered to be one of the best kinds… More

Posted: December 2011 Author: Inder Brar Category: Tea & Coffee Facts, Cafe Culture, Research

Coffee and productivity go hand in hand

Keeping the workday at the office running smoothly can be a challenge; for many people, the ins and outs of running a business can take its toll on the morale and productivity of employees. However, there is a surprisingly easy way to help things along when you hit that mid-week slump. Recent research indicates that supplying employees with a free coffee service can help to improve the overall productivity of the office, as well as employee satisfaction. Today, many businesses… More

Posted: October 2011 Author: Inder Brar Category: Promotional Paper Cups, Cafe Culture, Research

Star-buck up your ideas when throwing away cups

Coffee shops up and down the country have been urged to take action when it comes to their takeaway coffee cups. According to a Which? study, consumers are confused when facing the difficult task of disposing their takeaway cup efficiently. The issue is resulting in an estimated 2.5 billion cups being thrown away every year.   So what’s the problem? Most of the takeaway cups offered by Coffee shops are only 95% paper. The other 5% is made of polyethylene, a thin… More

Posted: June 2011 Author: Inder Brar Category: Tea & Coffee Facts, Scientific Research, Research

Perfect Cuppa

One of life’s greatest challenges is making the perfect cup of tea. Scientists have now revealed the mathematical formula for producing a spot on perfect cuppa. Researchers found the optimum brewing time is two minutes and the ideal amount of milk is 10ml. The perfect dring temperstaure of 60C (140F) is achieved six minutes later, but after 17 minutes and 30 seconds the tea will be past its best as it falls below 45C (113F).   The formula, created by scientist… More

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