Treat Yourself to a Hot Drink in One of These Editor-Approved Mugs

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As winter rages on in most of the country, we have no choice but to snuggle up with a good book and a steaming cup of coffee, tea, or cocoa. To help you all cozy up in style, we polled our team to find out their go-to cups for just that occasion. Here are the Hunker team's favorite mugs across the Internet.

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Kinto Stacking Mug, $12.50

"I'm not an oversize mug kinda gal and I also have small hands, so this petite stacking mug is the perfect fit." — Leonora Epstein, Senior Content Director

Pigeon Toe Biggie Mug, $46

"In all honesty, I haven't even tried this mug yet, but it's been on my wish list for a while now. And clearly, I'm not the only one, because it always seems to be sold out (Insert crying eye emoji here.) However, I know that when I finally get my hands on it, it will be love at first sip. And here's why: First, I've ordered other products from Pigeon Toe in the past, and I'm always blown away by the beautiful design and craftsmanship. Second, and perhaps most importantly, it's tall enough to accommodate my morning latte. Plus, it also comes with a large handle, which I really like. And last, but certainly not least, it's available in an array of really pretty colors, too. According to the website, there will be stock in early April, and I am anxiously awaiting its return." — Ariane Moore, Design Editor

Yeti Rambler 20 oz Tumbler, $29.93

"This is my favorite mug for on the go, or for when I'm camping. It keeps my coffee and tea hot ​forever.​ I brewed some tea the other day and poured it in my Yeti, but didn't get to drink it until a few hours later. It was still hot." — Laurie Grossman, Director, Editorial Operations

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Rifle Paper Co Stemless Wine Cup, $29.95

"I know this is meant to be used on the go but when I'm home I use it so that I can sip my matcha lattes as slowly as I want — it keeps them warm! And if I decide to travel from the bedroom the living room, it can come with me without me spilling everything everywhere." — Eva Recinos, Associate Editor

Ember Heated Coffee Mug, $99.99

"I'm not even exaggerating when I say I'm obsessed with this mug. As someone who takes ages to finish a drink, this mug allows me the freedom to sip my morning coffee or tea at my leisure, without worrying about it becoming lukewarm or cold by the time I get around to finishing it. The Ember even connects to my phone via Bluetooth where I can set ideal temperatures by drink type in the accompanying app." — Lacey Won, Senior Social Media Manager

Le Creuset Mug, $18

"I love all things Le Creuset, but these mugs take the cake! The classic style is easy to hold and keeps my coffee hot much longer than other mugs. With the 20 color choices, you can create a colorful mug collection or match them with your other Le Creuset cookware." — Colette Dazé, Hunker House Manager

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H&M Floral Patterned Cup, $9.99

"I'm not sure what's come over me, but I am now a fully grown adult who's obsessed with classy tea parties and all things with even a hint of grandma florals. That's why this teacup has my heart. It's super affordable and perfect for all the hot beverages I want to start drinking. Actually, all of H&M's new mugs are super cute and just a little nostalgic. I'd buy them all if I could." — Lowe Saddler, SEO Editor

Hay Borosilicate Mug, $50

"Is this mug extra? Sure. Is it also the dose of fun I need as I work/live/exist at home all day long? Absolutely. This luxe glass mug is oversized for the amount of coffee I inevitably need and colorful enough to jazz up my home office set-up." — Katie Maguire, Commerce Editor

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Katie is a Los Angeles-based writer who covers shopping trends, deals, and product reviews for Hunker. She's written for PureWow, Food Network, and Well+Good. When not online shopping, you can find her collecting vintage glassware or rewatching Nancy Meyers' movies for design inspo.

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