What Do You Drink Out of a Stainless Steel Tumbler?
Truth be told, you can really drink anything out of a tumbler, but there are certain drinks that work better with a larger stainless steel tumbler and in a smaller travel tumbler.
Here’s a list of all of the possibilities we came up with, let us know what else you throw in your Beast in the comments!
Healthier drinks, beverages that generally come in large portions, and/or drinks that usually are served with a good amount of ice, are best suited for tumblers 20 oz and larger, like the flagship Beast Tumbler.
Choosing a larger tumbler is great to stay hydrated if you’re trying to up your water intake, boost your fruit and vegetable intake with smoothies, and stay geeked out on caffeine all day long with hot and iced coffee.
- Hot coffee
- Hot chocolate
- Iced coffee
- Iced tea
- Fruit smoothies
- Blended vegetables
- Chilled water
Drinks that come in smaller portions, don’t call for a lot of ice, and/or aren’t exactly healthy, are best suited for travel tumblers 16 oz and smaller.
Drinking out of a smaller receptacle is a great way to manage your portion control with unhealthy choices like sodas or juices, and is also good to monitor your alcohol intake if you’re drinking on a hot afternoon.
Note that cold brew is best for smaller travel tumblers because it’s served in much smaller portions than iced coffee, and requires no ice.
Learn more about the differences between cold brew and iced coffee in our official guide.
- Hot coffee
- Yerba mate
- Cold brew
- Alcoholic beverages
There are a number of other differences between a larger tumbler and a smaller travel mug, and you can learn them all in our official guide, Tumbler vs Coffee Mug: What’s the Difference?
Check out that guide while you’re here to discover which one’s the best for you.
Thanks for stopping by!
Until next time,
Jenn | Greens Steel