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Coffee Artisan Series Origins Mug, 12 fl oz

The first of eight mugs in the new Coffee Artisan Series, designed exclusively for Starbucks.
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Inspired by the fertile lands that produce great coffee, this mug features sketched line art in coffee-brown tones.

Paying tribute to coffee origins and the lands where great flavor is born, this new bone china coffee mug with the tapered bottom features an earth-tone hatchmark pattern reminiscent of coffee rows. Holds 12 fl oz. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Commemorative box included.

The coffee plant is an evergreen shrub that matures in volcanic soil, flowers once a year and produces ripe, red cherries nine months later. How a cherry is processed—separating the seed (bean) from the fruit—contributes significantly to flavor.

When we first opened our doors in Seattle's Pike Place Market in 1971, our passion for coffee began. It's been about growing, sourcing, blending, roasting, brewing and handcrafting great coffee ever since. We share that knowledge, passion and experience with you in this series of exclusive, collectible mugs. Each mug represents an element in the creation of great coffee from farm to cup.