The Original Slush Mug
Long before Generation Z began itching to replicate 120-ounce 7-Eleven Slurpees in flavors like Razzzmatazzz and Electrocuted Tree Frog at home, Generation X itched to replicate carnie and peewee sport concession stand ICEEs in flavors like Cherry and Coke. The Slush Mug became the calamine lotion to the latter, and now, that calamine lotion is back. The concept is simple: an insulated white liner with an internal liquid layer hardens in the freezer, and then slushifies any tasty beverage deposited in its 8.5-ounce core. Coke. OJ. Coffee. Pina colada for your mama. Black Russian for your pop. Bubble tea for your Japanese exchange student. Just pour, stir, scrape, stir again, scrape harder, stir with a combined stabbing motion, and enjoy! No cords, cranks, special-order syrups, or added ice to water down the purity of your slushy vision. Sadly, the mugs were not designed under the purview of Giorgio Armani or Steve Jobs, so their plastic containers are squat, unsightly, and available only in primary colors red and blue.