Giveaway: New Cuppow Colors

June 25, 2013(updated on October 3, 2018)

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 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 thoughts on "Giveaway: New Cuppow Colors"

  • Iced Rhubarb Juice – amazing flavor – it’s very easy to turn rhubarb into juice concentrate, keeps well in freezer.

  • I have been drinking a lemonade + hibiscus tea for hot days recently, but i certainly keep my 2 go-to bevs: iced espresso and saison style beer in the rotation all year.

  • I drink homemade kombucha, homemade ginger soda (using a ginger bug & sweet tea), TONS of iced tea of various varieties- I use a BonaVita electric kettle with amazing temperature control to produce all these different beverages! I’d love to be able to use my jars in more ways!

  • these look fastinating. We normally drink a lot of water with the TrueLemon, TrueOrange or TrueLime powders in it. And always use Mason jars. LOL The powders flavor without any sugar which we love. Never tried Kombucha but would love to. Anyone with suggestions how to start?

  • I love sun tea in the summer. I can make it in my window at work pop on a cupalow and voila! Insta-Sun tea!

  • I’m drinking homemade kombucha on weekday mornings, iced coffee on the weekends, gin in the evenings, and LOTS of water all day long!

  • I am working on my first batch of strawberry vinegar. I had enough scraps from jam and pies that I filled a 2 gallon glass container. I can’t wait for vinegar and sprudel drinks!

  • I love iced tea or water with lime, this would be perfect to sit on the deck with! Or on the weekend, fill with margaritas….

  • My initial thought was iced coffee, but then you mentioned gin and tonic (or a Negroni! or Americano!) and I thought “Hey! That will solve the spilling problem!” (One less G&T might also stop the spilling problem, but wouldn’t be nearly as fun!)

  • I make a big jug of iced green tea and drop a bunch of lemons in it and keep that in my fridge – I’m a huge lemon fan, so this is perfect for me all summer long!

  • Hot or cold, it’s coffee for us. We’ve been using the heritage blue jars, which we love (and found out about here). I even had the guy who works at our local pet food store ask about it, and then tell me that his grandma and the other old folks used to drink it that way. He said it was “so old school” which was hilarious and made my day.

  • Iced tea – nothing can be easier than brewing some tea and pouring over a cup of ice. Depending on the tea, maybe it gets a splash of lemon.

  • I’ve been SUPER into smoothies. I take my quart jar and every morning I make a smoothie to chug before I get to work. Add a greek yogurt to it and you’re full for hours!

  • I am going through lemonade like nobody’s business. I get an unsweetened packet so I can add my own sugar 🙂

  • Sweet tea – rest of the year I do unsweetened, but hot weather seems to call for a big mason jar of sweet tea.

  • Sun tea! In a big pickle jar, 10 tea bags, and it sun bathes in the garden (the sunniest spot). Now if only the sun will come out again, so we can make a batch 🙂

  • oh gosh, I’ve always got my mason jar filled to the brim with seltzer (love my soda stream!) and a splash of fruity herbal tea. unless, of course, it’s filled with an icy cold gin and tonic with extra extra lime!!!

  • Well I always have a cup of hot tea to start the day, but after it gets hot I drink ice water.
    I used to drink Diet Dr Pepper but with all this stuff in the news about sweeteners and Bio engineered food I’m not sure what to eat or drink anymore. I really wish I’d payed more attention to my grandmother when she planted her garden.

  • I’ve been drinking unsweet iced tea, iced cappuccino, water, and I just made homemade Kombucha, but I haven’t had it yet. It’s getting cold first.

    Don’t tell anyone, but I’ve also had a few Momma Mixes. That’s half Coke half Diet Coke over ice. That’s my drive thru McDonald’s drink if I don’t feel like unsweet iced tea.

    Just dropped by here to look for a blackberry jelly recipe and saw the giveaway. I’m off to look for the recipe now.

    Blessings from Harvest Lane Cottage,

  • Sparkling water maybe with some homemade syrup (or even jam that didn’t thicken). I’ve been making simple herb syrups with whatever is growing – fennel, rosemary, cinnamon, etc. They are yummy!

  • Today I made fresh squeezed lemonaide then added a few pieces of watermelon and ice with it in the blender! yummo!

  • Iced tea made from random pairings of herbal, black and green tea bags. It keeps the interest factor up. I have also been digging the naturally flavored sparkling waters.

  • I’m more of a Diet Coke gal, but my husband could seriously use these as he is a big time iced tea drinker in the summer!

  • Depending on the day it can be anything from iced tea to a milkshake or smoothie! When the grands are here, it may be Koolaid!

  • Lots and lots of water. I’d rather have sweet tea or lemonade, but I’m trying to shed the sugar for a few weeks and see if I notice a difference. Would love these cuppow lids!

  • I love honey sweetened herbal sun tea over ice and lots of just plain water.
    Thank you for your blog and this wonderful giveaway.

  • What a SUPER exciting giveaway! We’ve been making lots of naturally carbonated sodas using a ginger bug a la Sandor Katz… I have been really impressed. Favorite flavor combinations so far include pineapple mint (using the core of a pineapple and just eating the fruit), peach rhubarb (this year’s rhubarb with last year’s frozen peaches), strawberry (made using just the tops so we could freeze the berries) and straight-up ginger beer… delish.

  • My husband made a kegerator for his homebrew and we keep a tap of sparkling water on. All summer long, we make fun drinks with a little gin or wine and the most important ingredient, rhubarb and strawberry syrups. I got the recipe for them from this great cookbook called “Food in Jars.” Have you heard of it?


  • I’ve got a plain Cuppow but would like to be drinking my lemonade and iced tea with a new color. My charity is Cystic Fibrosis…can you get them to do one in purple?
    Just askin’ 🙂

  • I enjoy a nice glass of sweet white wine in the summertime. Nothing like sitting on your porch in the evening with a glass of Moscato!

  • Boring but true…water, specifically water from my 650 foot well. It’s sweet, limestone water that cannot be improved upon by adding flavorings, sweetners or anything else.

  • Totally boring, but I’m all about the ice water! I prefer it to any other drink. Oh wait, except a frosty margarita. I changed my mind, that one is my favorite : )

  • At the moment Chardonnay, but soon, those exquisitely southern mint juleps…on the porch, of course.

  • Yum, a nice jar of iced tea with lime and a smidge of honey. And lots of ice, it’s almost 100 out there!

  • Iced coffee, crystal light(strawberry, orange, banana flavor), and water with mint leaves and lemon