No matter the season thermal hot and cold

Libre Glasses are perfect for every season. They keep your hot drinks hot and your cold drinks cold, for about 1½ hours, great for any indoor or outdoor activity! Cool refreshment when u need it the most and a wonderful warm up when it’s chilly.

Your Libre tea glass will be inspiring a tea moments all year round.

We’ve put in ice cream for a citrus raspberry float – or a warming rooibos chai – so many options for every season – we’d love to hear about your ideas for inventive hot or cold refreshment in your Libre tea glass.

BB with teaRaspberry Float

hot-cold ideas

 

What non-traditional hot or cold drinks do put in your Libre Tea glass
(or would if you had one)?

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Comments (77)

  1. kathy downey

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    My non-traditional hot drink that I would put in my Libre Tea glass if I had one would be pine tea

  2. Carrie Stelzer

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    Both the mulled cider with red wine and the apple cider sound delicious. Actually with the temps in the 50s today, anything hot sounds good!

  3. ELIZABETH P

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    I would love to put some hot apple cider in one and take it to the park for a pick me while I watch the kids play.

  4. Rachael

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    I use it as a water bottle, but have slices of celery, cucumber, and ginger in it so it infuses the water bit by bit all day as I keep refilling 😀

  5. Dorothy Teel

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    A Libre and hot chocolate would make my evening, I love to add peppermint sticks to my hot chocolate and the Libre would be perfect.

  6. Barb Howe

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    I would love to put some calming chamomile tea in it. My tea always gets cold by the time I drink it when I go to bed 🙁

  7. Valarie Lee Gentry

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    I would put Iced Chai tea with vanilla soy milk in my Libre tea glass, if I had one!!

  8. Nicole

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    This is a tea blend that I affectionately call “Fairy Wonderland’. The ingredients are, lavender, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, ginger, raw honey, citrus juice & zest (usually lemon or lime but oranges work well too!). It is quite an adventure for your taste buds but super yummy hot or cold. It is a great winter warmer on those cold over cast & drizzly days. It gives you a spicy surprise with a lovely flowery undertone and a zesty kick that reminds you of summer! Blissful, especially when walking through a woodland on a crisp winter morning : D Love to you all – Libre keep up the good work!

  9. Kimberly

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    I put fresh fruit in mine and add water and use it as a water bottle. I also put a bit of mint in it as well.

  10. Loretta

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    My kids and I were discussing iced hot chocolate this evening. So a Libre tea could hold both!

  11. sarah sar

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    I want eyeing this the other day at a tea shop and really wanted one! I would love to sip iced green tea in mine but am also happy with hot apple cider on a cold day 🙂

  12. Raine

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    If I had one I’d try lots of different varieties of chai- with vanilla soy and almond milk, sweetened and regular coconut milk. The ciders also sound wonderful.

  13. Vilma Pacheco

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    Hot apple cider infused with cinnamon, cloves, lemongrass and mint right out of my garden. Tastes great!!!

  14. Shaun

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    If I had one, I’d do fruit fusions with a red passion tea (fruit fusions of chunks of green apple, pineapple and cucumber). 🙂

  15. Amanda

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    I think my weirdest drink so far in my beloved libre tea cup would be hot miso broth ! I just put the lid on without the strainer top and it’s perfect for drinkable soup to go with this cold winter ahead of us.

  16. Reply

    I have gotten quite fond of Vanilla Chai Tea and of Fruit Smoothies, especially mango and peach.

    Either one of those would be great because one is hot and one is cold.

  17. jenn huey

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    I put a Hot Apple Cider with fresh Cranberries in my Libre Tea Mug and I have been known to drink a good Chai Tea latte as well

  18. Cathy Masters

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    If I had one of your beautiful newly designed glasses right now, I would love to make my favorite chai tea, pumpkin latte, or apple cider because it’s nice & chilly out. It would keep it warm while it looked really cool! 🙂

  19. Charlie Hobby

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    Iced Coconut Mango Oolong Tea w/ Honey And another favorite is Chocolate Almond Coconut Milk blended with Banana, Blueberries, Medjool Dates and ice Yum! 😉

  20. Kris Coghlan

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    My husband makes a drink with blended frozen mango and a touch of gin. Absolutely delicious – nutricious too!

  21. Alaka

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    I’d really like to try making a frozen hot chocolate but infusing it with a rich black tea or fruity tea. Maybe with chai! Yum.

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