Only someone that is properly hammered will be able to wield this Thor Mjolnir Ceramic Sculpted Mug. With it you will be able to summon a powerful jolt of caffeine that will sober you up in an instant, making it safe to fill the mug with beer once more. Or so the legend says.
Thor Mjolnir Ceramic Sculpted Mug ($19.99 via Geekalerts)
I would steer clear of a tie emblazoned with coffee and donuts that you color in yourself with markers unless:
A. It is being worn ironically.
B. You are the manager of a donut shop.
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Last month goth waffle cones made big waves on the Internet, and now we’ve learned that goth lattes are popping up in coffee shops and restaurants. I assume that the activated charcoal they contain will help soak up the poisons you ingested with Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccinos. [click to continue…]
Korean barista Kangbin Lee Lee’s quest for an “amazing and delicate” new coffee creation has resulted in the development of Cremart.
There’s virtually no information about the process or inspiration behind the works, so we’ll have to simply marvel at their overall aesthetic awesomeness. In addition to the recreation of Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” seen above, Lee has tackled subjects including landscapes, animals, and pop culture characters such as Mario and the Pink Panther. Check out more of his work below.
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The Dark Side may be evil, but they make some pretty latte mugs. Now Darth Vader has his own version with his helmet rendered in gold under falling Imperial logos and hearts. Aww.
Star Wars Darth Vader Pinache Ceramic Mug ($12.99)
Look at how pretty/adorable this ‘Star Wars’ AT-AT mug is! If there ever was a mug worthy of some spectacular Star Wars latte art, it’s this one.
Star Wars AT-AT Pinache Ceramic Mug ($12.99)
Tom Holland posted this picture of his attempt to get a coffee at Starbucks while downplaying the fact that he’s in his Spider-Man costume. I would like to think that the barista is trying to write down “Spiderman” on the cup, but he’s misspelling it as “Sahara”. [click to continue…]
This tiny cup of coffee wouldn’t be much of an eye-opener, but I do appreciate the trouble that Lucas Zanotto went through for something so pointless. Watch the brew process below. [click to continue…]
So was a ghost trapped in the coffee or are we witnessing the steamy soul of the coffee ascending triumphantly? Maybe it’s not expressing joy, but anger. Anger for leaving its delicious coffee body so soon.
Because it worked so well for Crystal Pepsi, two brothers have founded CLR CFF—a clear coffee made from “high quality Arabica coffee beans”. The idea is that you can get the caffeine fix you desperately need without staining your teeth. [click to continue…]