MiiR x World Coffee Research - Lucy T. Smith 12oz Tumbler

MiiR x World Coffee Research - Lucy T. Smith 12oz Tumbler


A collaboration with multi-award winning botanical artist Lucy T Smith. £5 from every sale will be donated to World Coffee Research, supporting their vital work in protecting and enhancing the long-term availability of quality coffee.

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  • Double wall vacuum insulated.
  • Leakproof.
  • BPA free.

Product information

Exceptional coffee is not a foregone conclusion. Like many other species of flora and fauna across the world, the product we love so dearly is under threat from climate change, pests, disease, drastic swings in crop output and more.

Thankfully, World Coffee Research is working to secure its future. Their continued efforts in the lab and at origin are resulting in exciting new coffee varieties that are not just high yielding and demonstrably resilient in the field, but are also specialty grade with the potential to taste delicious in the cup.

This series has provided a canvas for two artists to create unique pieces that highlight the hope that World Coffee Research’s pioneering work represents.

12oz Tumbler Features

Thermo 3D™ Double Wall Vacuum Insulation Techonology.
Keeps cold, stays hot. Does not sweat.
A press-on lid prevents splashes and helps keep your drink warmer for longer.
Lid and cup are BPA free.
18/8 Medical grade stainless steel.
Cup holder compatible.
Hardshell™ Powder coat.
Size - 12oz (354ml); 5" x 2,75" (12.70cm x 6.98cm)
Weight - 240g
Care Instructions - wash before first use. Hand wash recommended. Lid top rack dishwasher safe.

Shipping and returns

If you have an issue with or are unsatisfied with your order, then you have 28 days from the date you received it to contact us to let us know.

More on the Artist

Lucy T. Smith is a multi-award winning botanical artist and illustrator best known for her work with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Producing illustrations for the likes of David Attenborough, Smith creates using pen, ink and in some cases water colour. Rigorous in her approach, accuracy is key to Lucy’s work and this piece is no exception. Here her fine, intricate botanical drawings perfectly capture the beauty and fragility of the arabica coffee plant, which is the basis for 60% of global coffee production.