Verner Panton mugs are eternally modern and an immediate classic. This is the only possible description of the combination of Verner Panton’s design and Menu’s award winning thermo cups, created by Pernille Vea. Verner Panton was always on the cutting edge – willing to test new designs, new styles and new technologies. this monochromatic design radiates curiosity, optimism and joy. The pattern on Menu’s thermo cups is called Geometry 1 and is from 1960. It represents Panton’s first and most famous textile design, for which he received The International Design Award in the United States in 1963.
The cup consists of two layers of porcelain and an insulated cavity so that you'll never burn your fingers. And it, of course, keeps your coffee hot. The colours are dishwasher safe. The high quality porcelain, which was fired at 1320 degrees C, ensures strength, durability and an easy-to-clean surface. The glaze is acid-resistant and its colour will, therefore, not fade – not even in the dishwasher. The glaze is also lead and cadmium-free.