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NOTA Coffee Mug Keeps Spoons in Their Place

by Hazel Chua
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I’ve had the unpleasant experience of having the spoon hit the tip of my nose as I sipped my morning coffee. Of course, I could just take the spoon out and throw it in the sink, but I like stirring my coffee once in a while.

For years, this first-world problem has bugged people and injured noses more than you think. And at last, a worthwhile solution has finally emerged in the form of the NOTA Coffee Mug.

NOTA Coffee Mug

Contrary to what its name might indicate, the NOTA Coffee Mug is, in fact, a coffee mug. What sets it apart is the special groove that lets coffee, tea, cocoa, or [insert your preferred beverage here] drinkers take a sip without injuring their noses in the process.

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The NOTA Coffee Mug was designed by Lee Hae Seung Scott. If people can make stuff like the Shark Attack mug, then I don’t see why they can’t make this one happen.

[via Yanko Design]

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