Australian coffee shops have been taking to stocking their own Keepcups in recent years, often marked with the coffee shop's brand. For those unaware — I don't know what their presence is like outside Australia — this is a Melbourne-based company that produces reusable coffee cups in glass or plastic, like this one:

a glass keepcup.

I have some questions about my own keepcup and maintaining it. This isn't about coffee itself, but this is intimately a coffee product, and I'm going to find my expertise on keepcups within the coffee drinker world.

Do questions about Keepcups fit here, or not?

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    Incidentally, now that I've seen it, I really want one of those things. Perfect for my piping hot morning americano.
    – user101
    Commented May 14, 2015 at 11:57
  • These are popping up around London too!
    – fredley
    Commented May 17, 2015 at 9:15

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I would say yes, since they are intrinsically related to coffee, and would be a useful addition to a repository of coffee knowledge.


Yes, if you use it in conjunction with storing, brewing or consuming coffee - I think it's on-topic. I've got some porcelain stuff I'd love to get coffee stains out of, and intend to ask about that as soon as I find some time.

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