I’m pretty sure I’m not alone in saying that I’m tired of paying so much for my coffee, and for many, either making their coffee at home or at work has become a much more financially viable solution.
If you’re going to go this route though, there’s one important investment you must make: buying a quality travel mug.
Choose the wrong one and you may find yourself spilling lattes across your keyboard or discover that your coffee has adopted a bit of a metallic taste.
I asked a trusted expert for his recommendation for on-the-go coffee drinkers. Paul Toscano is a connoisseur of all things coffee as well as the chief marketing officer of Joyride Coffee, a company that specializes in cold brew kegs. He’s helped us out with some great coffee recommendations in the past, so the last time we spoke, I asked him if he had a go-to travel mug for when he was taking his brew for the road.
"After having many run-ins with sub-par travel mugs, the only ones I use anymore are fromKlean Kanteen," Toscano told Business Insider. "Just make sure if you're driving with it, you get the cafe cap, which is far better than the screw cap, in my opinion. The stainless steel interior is also made for hot drinks, instead of plastic, and feels much more solid than flimsy plastic mugs."