Speciality Coffee Mug

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  1. jilljill

    jilljill <font color=blue>Collects Disney men!<br><font col

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    If the mug is still offered you are entitled to ONE hot, non-alcoholic beverage with the purchase of the mug. I'm not sure if it's a specialty beverage or a regular beverage that is served there.
     
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    jilljill <font color=blue>Collects Disney men!<br><font col

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    I also bought the AK mug in 2011. No mug that Cove Cafe has sold has come with free refills.
    One of the mugs I bought on that cruise I got a spiked hot chocolate, so you didn't have to get coffee.
     
  4. Stinkerbe11

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    I really wanted a coffee mug on our cruise but couldn't find one that I liked. I ended up buying one from the Disney Store online. Here's the picture: (They also sell this one in red).
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    They do sell out quickly, so keep checking back if they are out:thumbsup2
     
  5. Stinkerbe11

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    They also had this cute gadget in the Cove Cafe that would make a cute Mickey head on the top of my latte. I really wanted one, but they didn't sell them and had no information on where I could order one:(

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  6. Doingitagain

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    We bought this as well, and was very disappointed that it is too tall to fit under our Keurig even after removing the drip tray.
     
  7. RLM818

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    Everyone has an opinion but for me, the perfect coffee mug is one that is designed the way I want it. I have mugs that have my favorite sayings on it. I also have mugs with pictures of my family, best friends, places traveled that hold special memories and such. That is what makes a mug valuable to me. Unfortunately it is hard to find companies that will do just one mug or you have to meet a minimum quantity or some such nonsense. But if you look hard enough, you can find companies that do that kind of work. So far the only company I have found that will make my mugs exactly the way I want is a company called digipressions.com. Their mugs might be a little higher in price, but I get exactly what I want, the way I want and it is a nice size mug with a large handle so that I can get three fingers through it comfortably and use my little finger for support. But then again, I have large hands anyway. But it is nice to hear about the different mugs people are buying and especially their uniqueness. Keep those posts coming! :)
     

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