Giveaway: New Cuppow Colors

new Cuppow colors

There is fun news from our friends at Cuppow. Earlier today, they announced that they’ve added two new colors to their line-up. This means, in addition to being to choose from clear, blue and orange, you can now also get your Cuppow in mint (wide-mouth) or bright pink (regular-mouth).

old and new updated

What’s more, the original wide-mouth Cuppow is now available with the Straw-Tek opening, making it increasingly useful for the iced drinks we’re all so fond of this time of year. As you can see, I tried my hand at the whole “write on the image” thing that’s so popular these days, to call out the differences.

new mint colored wide mouth Cuppow

As always, the colors are each associated with a charity, which receives 5% of the profits from that particular lid. When you buy the mint lid, Cradles to Crayons benefits. A portion of the profits from the shocking pink version go to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.

Cuppow prize pack

Thanks to Cuppow creators Joshua and Aaron, I have five prize packs to give away. Each winner will receive one regular-mouth pink lid, one wide-mouth mint lid, and one Team Cuppow cycling cap.

If you want a chance to win, here’s what you do.

  1. Leave a comment on this post, telling me what you’re drinking to cool down this summer. Water with herbs? Home-brewed kombucha? Iced coffee? Gin and tonic? Whatever your drink du jour is, I want to hear about it.
  2. Comments will close at 11:59 pm east coast time on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Winners will be chosen at random (using random.org) and will be posted to the blog on Sunday, June 30, 2013.
  3. Giveaway is open to all.
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left on the blog, I cannot accept submissions via email.
Disclosure: Cuppow gave me review units of the new Cuppows to try and are also providing the goods for this giveaway. However, my opinions remain, as always, entirely my own. 

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1,059 Responses to Giveaway: New Cuppow Colors

  1. 701
    Amber W says:

    Home brewed iced coffee with cream, a touch of cinnamon and a bit of honey. Blended with ice when I’m feeling fancy. Or fizzy water with juice from half a lemon. Mmmmmm…

  2. 702
    mo says:

    I am just drinking regular tea. thanks for the chance!

  3. 703
    Lori G. says:

    i’m in the sf bay area; we don’t have a real summer…so, i tend to drink hot tea and hot chocolate year-round! :)

  4. 704
    Michelle says:

    I’m drinking water, and I hope to play around with some agua fresca too. Thanks so much for the chance! :)

  5. 705
    Laura says:

    I love the new colors!! Been drinking (in my 12oz quilted jelly jars) prairie vodka/pelligrino blood orange/lime. Mmm.

  6. 706
    Lindsay N says:

    I love some iced coffee!!

  7. 707
    Marit says:

    Hendrick’s and fever tree tonic, w/ a slice of cucumber. The Mr. will enjoy a mojito w/ mint from our planter and seltzer. Devine.

  8. 708
    Savanarola says:

    Lots and lots of cold seltzer! I find it so refreshing. But I also just brewed up a big pitcher of peach iced tea.

  9. 709
    Julia says:

    Orange vanilla black tea, cold brewed and store in a wide mouth quart jar. So refreshing!

  10. 710
    Mary says:

    Home brewed iced green tea infused with lychee juice or other tropical juice ( i.e. mango, peach juice)

  11. 711
    Sandy Poster says:

    I love the new colors and the straw- tek. I am drinking club soda with lemon, water with lemon, iced tea and kombucha to cool down this summer.

  12. 712
    Judy says:

    I’m drinking water, iced tea, diet 7 up, sometimes a little burbon & water~~~love to have Cuppow to top off the jars.

  13. 713

    I love these. I have the pint and half size jars and they are wonderful for fresh brewed ice tea or a glass of my homemade concord grape juice.

  14. 714

    cold sage lemonade…chopped ice

    and boy would I love to have some of those jar covers – in Italy we can’t get them!

    P

  15. 715
    Beth says:

    I love iced green tea this time of year!

  16. 716
    Mary Bowen says:

    What don’t I use my cup pow for?! I start my days with a juice from the lovely local juice bar day the road. Follow that up with an iced Americano. Water throughout the day, then adult beverage of choice at night! I absolutely love it!

  17. 717
    Robin D says:

    I love to drink iced coffee or herbal water this time of year.

  18. 718
    Cat Slate says:

    I love iced green tea with mint and a touch of local honey.

  19. 719
    Rena Johnson says:

    Love Love Love these! :)

  20. 720
    Tammy B. says:

    For me, summer = iced coffee. : )

  21. 721
    Mary Schnorr says:

    Oh, I’ve been wanting to get one (or more) of these!! Love my sun tea with all sorts of different ad-ins (today it’s apple mint) and lots of ice!! It’s going to be in the 90s again today — whew!

  22. 722
    Candiray says:

    I have beautiful chocolate mint this time of year, and plunge a sprig in my glass jar of ice water each morning. As I refill the jar many times during the day, the mint keeps flavoring my water. I’d love to have one of these lids!

  23. 723
    Karla says:

    I’ve been drinking plain water this summer, but in the spring I was routinely making and refrigerating hibiscus flower tea, adding grapefruit zest strips that I dried after seeing you dry lemon zest strips. My mint is starting to come in, so I may start using that, as well (though maybe not with the hibiscus).

  24. 724
    Anna N says:

    I’m drinking iced jasmine tea, and I would love to drink it with one of these!

  25. 725
    Sam says:

    Cold “Sleepy Time” tea.

  26. 726
    Tammy says:

    Being from the south, my favorite “cool down” drink is sweet iced tea. Nothing better on a hot, sunny day!

  27. 727
    Laurie says:

    I brew green tea and various herbal teas in large canning jars-right in the sun with honey or some beet sugar-just add ice and tada

  28. 728
    Amy Kong says:

    A little homemade maple syrup and selzter water!

  29. 729
    Cia Cinaglia says:

    I drink good old water!

  30. 730
    Dina says:

    I’ve been drinking lots of bubbly water from our SodaStream machine. Last night my husband accidently knocked some carraway seeds from a loaf of rye bread into it and it was actually really tasty.

  31. 731

    My drink of choice is green sun tea with honey and lots of ice!

  32. 732
    Stephanie Bickmore says:

    My friend just introduced me to a new “mommy juice” this summer. She calls it swamp juice. Frozen Limeade, vodka, and lots of fresh mint from the garden. Maybe one other ingredient I can’t remember. :)

  33. 733
    Dee says:

    I’ve been drinking lots of iced coffee so far this summer.

  34. 734
    Alice says:

    I really want to win these! My beverage of choice is WATER, second choice would be lemonade with lemons floating in it!

    Alice

  35. 735
    Meg H. says:

    Iced tea with mint and lemon infused in it. And if it is cocktail time – prosecco!

  36. 736
    Cindy Hill says:

    Iced herb teas from the garden! Bee balm, lemon balm, orange mint, and my favorite — anise hyssop. Such a pretty tea with the lime-green leaves and bits of purple flowers.

  37. 737
    Dianne says:

    Iced Tea

  38. 738
    Tara says:

    Iced tea, boring yes, but delicious

  39. 739
    joie says:

    I keep it simple – ice cold aquifer water. Hits the spot!

  40. 740
    Amy says:

    Water infused with fruit and herbs, iced decaf coffee blended with milk and a banana.

  41. 741
    Tammy Walls says:

    Water and ice tea. These are wonderful!

  42. 742
    Joann Sovel says:

    Iced tea with fruit in it!

  43. 743
    Gayle Erwin says:

    During the summer I love hibiscus ice tea during the day and gin and tonics evenings or once I’m on vacation. Love them both, as I would love one of those lids.

  44. 744
    Sarah Skoczen says:

    Homemade fruit smoothies!

  45. 745
    Jo y says:

    This summer it is water, water, and more water.

  46. 746
    Jamie says:

    Either iced coffee or lemonade and ice tea! I even made little coffee and lemonade ice cubes.

  47. 747
    Abigail says:

    I’ve been blending mango pulp with water to create juice, and then making some of the juice into ice cubes: end result is a cooling cup of mango goodness. : )

  48. 748
    Anoush says:

    to drink? Just give me plain ol’ water please, not refrigerated but probably not room temperature. How’s that for picky? ;-)

  49. 749
    Julia in St. Paul says:

    Mugicha – barley tea. I’m not sold on it yet, my first batch was a little strong. Will try a second batch with much shorter brewing time.

  50. 750
    Anat says:

    Cold brewed iced coffee daily or if I’m being “fancy”, mint lemonade. Thanks for the chance

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