7 Literary Mugs for Book Lovers

7 Literary Mugs For Book Lovers-From Left to Write

Brrr! I know it’s cold when I don a pair of socks just to sit in my home office! When the fall chill hits the air, all I want to do is curl up on my couch with my giant fuzzy blanket with a hot cup of tea or coffee by my side. And a stack of books. It sounds so decadent to be be able to do that, but I’m going to make time for it this weekend.

Whether or not you have time to curl up on the couch with your book, drinking your hot beverage of choice out of a fun mug or tea cup always makes me smile. Here’s are a few literary mugs for book lovers. This post contains affiliate links.

I love this clever Alice in Wonderland Cheshire Cat Mug. When you add a hot liquid, the cat disappears and all you can see is his smile.

Can you figure out which books quoted on Great First Lines of Literature Mug?

Maybe you’d prefer guessing which of the Bard’s plays are quoted on Shakespeare Insults Mug instead.

If you prefer the Bard’s romantic side, then the Shakespeare Love Mug is for you.

How about a little dystopia with Kurt Vonnegut Literary Mug?

This Edgar Allan Poe Literary Mug will help you get in the mood for Halloween.

Wake yourself up with the wit and humor from the Mark Twain Literary Mug.

Adagio Little Red Riding Hood Tea

I couldn’t share some bookish mugs without sharing some bookish teas! Adagio’s Story Time teas are inspired by classic fairy tales and are caffeine free. Red Riding Hood sounds yummy with rooibos tea, apple pieces, cinnamon bark, cocoa nibs, strawberries and more!

Adagio Sleeping Beauty Tea

Or channel your inner princess (or your child’s) with Adagio’s Fairy Tale teas inspired by Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty. These are also caffeine free so you can even have a tea party with your little ones.

Which mugs would you like to curl up with?

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  1. October 7, 2014