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About STTOKE CUP
SHATTERPROOF, THE WORLD’S FIRST
Awarded globally twice, for achieving a stunning minimalist design while maintaining the shatterproof ergonomics of the cup.
Double wall insulation while keeping the cup light and portable to ensure your specialty beverage stays hot for 3 hours. Cool for 6.
Keeps your coffee hot or cold, the way you like it. The engineering reason behind using ceramic is to elevate and maintain your beverages taste. Combining the trademarked Shatterproof element to this, Sttoke eliminates the fragility disadvantages that exists in normal ceramic cups.
MADE FOR TASTE
Taste every fine note of your coffee until the last drop. Lined with German engineered Greblon Ceramic Inside, we made sure your coffee tastes the way you want it to.
Removes residual odors lingering inside while leaving no stains compared to silicon and plastic cups because of our carefully engineered Greblon Ceramic.
Prior to creating the perfect Reusable Cup, we surveyed the market long and hard looking for what beverage lovers lack – practicality. Other reusable cups are hard to clean, hold, and leave a frustrating odour after a couple of uses.
Sttoke ventured with German coating specialist, Greblon. With this, we changed the game making the cup odourless, stainless and practical.
The idea of this premium single origin coffee drip bag, we created for coffee lovers can easily enjoy a good cup of coffee anytime anywhere!
Drip Bag Coffee is a convenient and easy way to brew a premium coffee experience in minutes, quickly give you a clean, tasty and aromatic cup. Wherever you are, at house, at the office, travelling around the world or before hitting the gym.
ABOUT FAZENDA SANTA LUCIA COFFEE
Fazenda Santa Lucia is run by Helcio Carneiro. A coffee producer since he was a teenager, he was part of the movement that researched and promoted quality coffee in the region of Carmo de Minas. Winner of the 6th place in the 2016 Cup of Excellence (COE) program, Helcio is famed for the success and consistency of his yellow bourbon coffee. He started growing coffee in 1970 when he was 20 years old, continuing the family tradition of working on coffee farms (he also married the daughter of the previous owners of Fazenda Santa Lucia). Together, he and his wife Glycia Pereira Carneiro run the farm and are bringing up their 4 children in the coffee industry, hoping that they will one day take over the farm.
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