|105 × 105 × 115 mm
Arita Double Wall Mug is a heat shielding, thin, lightweight and highly durable ceramic mug that was developed to match with coffee brewed by Cores Gold Filter. Each mug is hand-crafted and has a unique look and feel individually.
This is a double-walled mug with heat shielding properties that prevents condensation when using with cold drink and its not hot to touch when using for hot drink.
It has a single wall near the rim edge and a double wall from the handle to the bottom.
If you double wall the drink to the rim edge, it will be difficult to feel the temperature until you put it in your mouth, which can lead to burns if the drink is hot.
On the other hand, the handle is double-walled, so even when brewing at a high temperature and for a short time using a gold filter, the handle only gets as hot as bath water. This mug has a combination of single-wall and double-wall construction, allowing you to enjoy your drinks comfortably.
Having the narrow rim encourages coffee to flow into the mouth smoothly, allowing the aroma to linger and the flavors to be enjoyed in every part of the mouth.
The large diameter rim is perfect for latte art. Makes milk and foam look more outstanding in lattes, cappuccinos, matcha lattes, etc.
In addition, the large drinking rim completely covers your nose, so you are surrounded by the coffee aroma.
The wide bottom and spacious middle of the mug, efficiently bring the aroma out of the coffee.
These stackable mugs allow you to effectively utilize storage space. The beautiful nuanced colors also make the sides look beautiful when stacked.
Made of porcelain, it can be used in the microwave and dishwasher.
Seihakuji is a pale blue-green color that resembles a spring sky with hazy clouds.
As the name suggests, it comes from the beautiful blue-tinged skin color of the “blue and white porcelain” pottery.
Arita ware from Arita Town, which has a history of 400 years, is a type of porcelain fired mainly in Arita Town, Saga Prefecture, and is the most famous pottery in Japan.
In ancient times, it was exported to European countries through the East India Company, and was traded at the same value as pure gold among the kings and aristocrats of the time. It also had a great influence on Meissen, a famous kiln that was born in Germany about 300 years ago. Arita ware has a smooth texture, is thin and light, and has a stylish impression, but it is actually stronger than ceramic, and even though it is made so thin that light passes through, it makes a metallic sound when you play it with your fingers.
Another characteristic of Arita ware is that its base is white. As a result, the bright paintings stand out very well, and the beautiful designs of red, yellow, green, and blue on the white base are representative of Arita ware and are still loved all over the world.