Recently I was offered the opportunity to review a Tervis Tumbler from the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program. I jumped at the opportunity, because I actually grew up with these cups and remembered how amazing they are! I grew up in Sarasota, Florida, and Tervis Tumblers were (and still are!) manufactured in North Venice, Florida, very close by! I remember we loved all the different customizable options. I remember going to their original store and seeing all the fun options. When my sister and I got into college, we got Tervis Tumblers with our new college emblem on them. (Hey, Mom, where’s my UNF Tervis Tumbler? jk) I remember my Nannie once confused a penguin with a pelican, so we of course got her a
penguin pelican Tervis Tumbler for Christmas that year.
Aside from the fond memories, these cups are amazing. For one, they can hold hot or cold liquids. They’re insulated so the keep the liquid closer to its original temperature longer. Plus, the cups don’t sweat! Living in Florida, anytime I pour myself an ice cold drink, the glass immediately starts sweating. I’m very paranoid about cup rings forming on my furniture, so I’ve been neurotic about using coasters or wiping down my glass. Tervis tumblers make ice cold beverages in hot environments sweat-free!
So needless to say, I am a huge fan of Tervis Tumbler. Thanks for the opportunity for a trip down memory lane and to review one of the new cups, Foodbuzz! I decided to make my inaugural drink a vitamin-powerhouse with a fresh juice. With a lovely tropical, citrus flair, in honor of my and Tervis Tumbler’s Floridian roots.
- 1 small apple
- 2 tangerines
- handful of spinach
- small head of romaine
- half a cucumber
- 1 carrot
- tiny knob of ginger
- half a lime
Juice everything and serve over ice! Cool and refreshing – enjoy!