We love our Anchor Hocking mugs!

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We added a few more Anchor Hocking mugs to our collection, and as you can see, use them for all beverages not just coffee. We started with 6 of the larger mugs on the left about 6 months ago. I really, really like them! My Husband has a tendency to take them to his shop & leave a few out there, takes them on the go as travel mugs even so has broke a couple & usually a couple are missing. So I ordered 4 of the Rio mugs on the right, a bit smaller, but still a nice size for a cup of coffee, or juice, or water. They were $2.89 each on Amazon, a price I can definitely live with! My plates & bowls are holding up really well so far, and hopefully soon we’ll be getting a dishwasher & I expect them to do even better in there vs getting clinked around in a sink full of dishes. VERY happy with my Anchorware, proudly made in Ohio, completely free of lead, cadmium and other heavy metals, and very affordable!
Amazon Affiliate Links (a small percentage of your purchase comes back to me if you follow the links below):

Rio Coffee Mugs (on right): http://amzn.to/1yMAaDR

Cafe Mug (on left): http://amzn.to/1GwtkWI

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. lisa
    Jan 20, 2015 @ 18:57:53

    I just started using all glass dinnerware and I also wanted all glass mugs versus ceramic due to lead. Did you ask the company if their stuff is lead free because I heard just because it is all glass doesn’t mean it wont contain lead. I bought my dishes from amazon the brand was Bormioli Rocco and they are very nice and I contacted the company prior to make sure it didn’t have lead or cadmium. Next I will be looking for a safe coffee maker to get away from the plastic. Do you know of any good ones that are glass? thanks

    • ecofriendlymamausa
      Jan 20, 2015 @ 19:06:56

      Yes Lisa, all Anchor Hocking glassware is lead-free. Chemex is the only glass, made in USA coffee maker I know of, and several of my page have them & report loving them: http://amzn.to/1EmUgDh

      I use an all stainless, electric percolator & just LOVE it. It makes the best, hottest, most wonderful tasting coffee I’ve ever made at home. Only downside is it’s not US made. But NO plastic! Here’s a link to it on Amazon, although I got mine at my local hardware store a couple years ago: http://amzn.to/1xuhOBt

  2. Teena
    Jan 22, 2015 @ 19:36:58

    Do you have a recommendation for a lead free mixer?

  3. Teena
    Jan 24, 2015 @ 23:53:35

    Hand mixer or stand. Sorry didn’t get the message alert for some reason.

  4. Teena
    Jan 26, 2015 @ 13:24:09

    So glad the coffee maker recommendations were also on here, The one I got for my birthday which was just last August shows the quality there,
    broke. It was a Mr. Coffee, so I can only imagine how bad it is anyways. Just ordered the other one off amazon, so glad there is a stainless option

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