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Stylish And Functional - Curva Artisan Insulated Glasses

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

I don't know about you and your house, but in our house the more glassware the better. It always seems like I am always looking for a clean glass. Maybe that shows I need to be a little better with washing the dishes? :-)

But when I saw these cute stylish glasses - the Curva Artisan Series, I knew that I just had to give them a try. I love that they are double insulated. I usually use a cup when I am drinking hot liquids because there is a handle. Otherwise simply just holding the cup my hands get too hot. But the curva double insulated glasses can be used for both hot and cold drinks. And as odd as it may seem I loved drinking my coffee this morning from this stylish glass.




I find the size to be perfect for most liquids. This glass will hold approximately six ounces.

In addition to looking neat I found these glasses to be very functional. The cold liquid stayed cold. And the hot liquid stayed hot. What more could I ask for? Well, maybe if they were self cleaning ;) 

And because of their unique style, they make a nice addition to the d├ęcor. If you are in the market for some new glassware, or possibly a gift for someone, I would highly recommend checking out to the Curva Artisan double insulated glassware. They are stylish yet functional.


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