World's Largest Coffee Cup

We’re gonna need a bigger biscuit

World's Largest Coffee Cup

We’re gonna need a bigger biscuit

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In order to survive, we humans need a constant supply of oxygen, water, nutrients and fresh coffee. Which explains our many trips to and from the kettle every day. But just think of all the time you’ve wasted making cups of coffee – especially when you’re getting a round in for the whole office.

From tired to wired in one cup:
Tired Butters
Drinking Butters
Wired Butters
Well we’ve found a canny way to dodge the tea run and get your week’s supply of coffee all in one go. The World’s Largest Coffee Cup holds a whopping 20 cups (19 with milk) of the caffeinated wonderstuff. Just fill it to the brim and retreat to your desk, smug in the knowledge you won’t need to get up again for at least a week.

We know what you’re thinking – yes, it’s porcelain. So it looks and feels great, and will even go in the dishwasher. In fact, we might just use it to eat a week’s worth of cereal, ice cream or instant noodles while we’re at it. Now that’s drinking smart.

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Please Note:
  • Consuming up to 3000mg of caffeine in one sitting may lead to jitters, headaches, restless leg, ADHD, involuntary woops, cartwheels, telekinesis, Jedi reflexes and cramps. Please drink responsibly.
Product Features:
  • Giant porcelain cup
  • Holds up to 20 regular cups of coffee (19 with space for milk)
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Measures approximately 33cm(W) x 20cm(D) x 15.9cm(H)
  • Weighs approximately 4.67kg

Customer Reviews

My doctor said only one cup of coffee a day. This is perfect.
Jerry - 7th April 2014
Am I tripping balls or is that dude blinking at me when I scroll the page?
Daniel Hurry - 7th March 2013
Firebox says: We have absolutely no idea what you're talking about Daniel. Have you been drinking too much coffee? Out of ludicrously large cups? That's what we thought.
. . . And when you're done with your coffee, you can mount an outbard motor on that sucker and go boating!
JC Villar - 30th December 2012
Firebox says: Absolutely - or turn it into a luxurious hot tub!
But can it also be used for tea? Because, dammit, that would be a good cup of tea (just needs a supersized biscuit to go with it, have go that yet?).
LookBeyond - 22nd April 2012
Firebox says: You can put anything you want in it!