Huskeecup features a crack-resistant design with a grip engraved into the coffee cup rather than having a handle

Startup company HuskeeTech took the dried skin that is behind after coffee beans get roasted, commonly known as the ‘coffee husk', and transformed it into a sustainable cup coined the HuskeeCup.

The cup is made from crack-resistant material that retains heat longer than a traditional coffee cup. What's more, it was designed with grips engraved into its sides rather than relying on a handle to make staking multiple cups on top of one another easier in either a cupboard or a cafe setting. The cup comes in 6oz, 8oz and 12oz sizes, and all of the cups come in the same charcoal black color.

The team launched a Kickstarter campaign and an Indiegogo campaign for the Huskeecup, which were both successful. For those who were unable to donate to the campaign they still accept pre-orders through their Indiegogo campaign page. The HuskeTech team plan to delivery the cup to backers in February 2018.

Huskeecup

Startup company HuskeeTech took the dried skin that is behind after coffee beans get roasted, commonly known as the ‘coffee husk', and transformed it into a sustainable cup coined the HuskeeCup.

The cup is made from crack-resistant material that retains heat longer than a traditional coffee cup. What's more, it was designed with grips engraved into its sides rather than relying on a handle to make staking multiple cups on top of one another easier in either a cupboard or a cafe setting. The cup comes in 6oz, 8oz and 12oz sizes, and all of the cups come in the same charcoal black color.