Join the revolution! Have your tea, coffee or cold drinks on the go with our travel cup made from natural rice husk. These coffee/tea cups contain no melamine or other plastics and are BPA and toxin free.
These rice husk cups are fully biodegradable. When you are ready to dispose of this cup, soak it in water overnight, crush and bury it in compost or soil. It will start to biodegrade in the soil within six months.
What is rice husk anyway? It is the outermost layer of protection encasing a rice grain. It is converted into a useful material by being combined with natural resin(with no added chemicals) to make a hard, durable biodegradable substance which is ideal for making cups and other tableware.
Look after it and it will last for years. Light, Durable, Comfortable, Stylish, Strong, Easy to clean (no staining) and biodegradable. In other words, you can’t go wrong! Cadiz..... Just the name is so romantic.
A port city in Andalusia SE Spain, Cadiz has ancient roots founded by the Phoenicians which gives it around 5000 years of continuous human habitation. The design on this cup is reminiscent of the tiled floors still found in homes in the Old City.
As you sip from this cup, take pause: imagine strolling through the winding narrow lanes, touch the walls and stones on the old buildings and think of who has done the same before you from the day the rock was first created millennia ago.
Dishwasher and microwave safe.
400 ml cup with silicone sleeve and lid. Silicone is not biodegradable but is non-toxic and recyclable
Comes in a cardboard gift box which explains product sustainability and final disposal.
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