Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Cuppow for your mason jar is a BRILLIANT gadget!

Hello friends.  I found something really clever for you.

It is a cuppow.

On two random occasions over the years I have observed local folks carrying mason jar full of iced coffee and iced tea. 

Lid on.  Ready to sip.

I thought it was quirky.  Yet… resourceful. 

Twitter is resourceful, too.  Recently BHK Kafe tweeted to a company who makes a product called cuppow.  They have designed a lid that turns a canning jar into a traveling mug.  I jumped in the conversation and checked out the product myself.  

Immediately, I purchased two.

This gadget is brilliant.

The cuppow is BPA free and dishwasher safe.  It is a super tough lid so expect a long life span.  You will also have the cool factor as you walk, bike, trike, or stroll about town.

Perfect for admiring glances as you enjoy your next farmer’s market outing. 

You’re so cool.

You’ll feel so cool as you sit back on your front porch and enjoy the morning. 

I sometimes bring mine inside while I surf the web.  Yes, that’s the website of local Northwest Arkansas author and super fun gal, Lela Davidson’s After the Bubbly blog.   

The cuppow is cool, right? 

You know you want one.

Online the cuppow is $7.99 plus shipping.

Better yet… save yourself the hassle and head on down to BHK Kafe in Fayetteville.  That’s right, they loved the product so much they now stock it!  Mason jars, too. 

They’re so helpful and in-the-know. 

Speaking of in-the-know, the cuppow has an interesting saying on the back of its packaging. 

Curiously odd saying.  Do you know what that saying means? 

I had to write the company and ask.

If you know the answer, share your knowledge with the universe and tell us in the comment section!

If no one has answered it in the next day, come back and I will let you know!

In the meanwhile, put the cuppow on your must-buy list.

It’s a keeper.

Eat well, my friends.  Eat well.



  1. "All your base are belong to us." It stems from a terrible translation of a video game. It was produced in japan in, eh 1990 or 1989, and was translated into English in 1991. However, the budget was so low that they did a very low quality translation.

    The first part of this you tube video is the actual translation from the game.

  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qItugh-fFgg

    1. And yes, this youtube video explains it all! Thanks for sharing!


  3. Oh my gosh. I love stuff like this, and I love everything about glass canning jars. That's one of the things I like about Momma Dean's, drinking out of the jar! I'll be grabbing one or ten of these things.

    1. ha! Love that!! I knew you would like these!!!!

      Check out the www.foodinjars.com blog --right up your alley!



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