CCC x EF Mug Set
A limited-edition vessel made by hand in collaboration with Counter Culture Coffee out of Durham, NC. A mug with the texture, character, girth, substance and functionality of our signature Mug, perfect for your quiet morning routine, or a cozy holiday brew with family and friends.
Counter Culture’s winter blend, Iridescent, is not only delicious and approachable, but a true celebration of giving back. Each year, Counter Culture sets aside $1 per pound of Iridescent sold to support transformative projects in coffee origins through their Seeds program. Read more below, and look for sweet notes of berry and chocolate.
- Bundle set comes with one 10oz. capacity Mug and one 12oz. package of Counter Culture Coffee’s winter blend, Iridescent
- Coffee tasting notes: berry, chocolate and sweet
- Made from regional clay in Asheville, North Carolina.
- Microwave and dishwasher safe
Counter Culture Coffee
For almost 25 years, Counter Culture has been creating extraordinary coffee experiences. They don't just find good coffee, they put in the work and commitment it takes to develop great coffees.
They believe in a relentless pursuit of coffee perfection, a dedication to real environmental, social and fiscal sustainability, and a commitment to creating cutting-edge coffee people.
Coffee Partner Highlight - Kushikamana
Through a project initiated by Counter Culture, small-farm owners in different parts of Kenya's growing regions started working together to discuss and test new techniques to improve the quality of their coffee. These historically independent growers chose the name Kushikamana, which means "connected" in Swahili, to represent the unity of their group. The Coffee from Kushikamana is one of the three blend components featured in Iridescent, as well as coffees from Ethiopia and Colombia. More info about the coffees in Iridescent here.
About the Seeds Program
The CCC Seeds program gives financial grants to producers and organizations Counter Culture works with to implement social and environmental sustainability projects they identify as beneficial. In 2018, they donated $22,135 to six different Seeds projects. These projects range from investments to increase productivity, to projects that fund teacher's salaries or money to plant trees that protect water sources. To date, they've contributed over $230,000 to these important initiatives. Learn more here.