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The cuppa has gone high tech. (MyCuppa)

If you like milk in your coffee or tea, but can’t quite figure out the proportions, this British-designed gadgety mug will come in handy.

MyCuppa, available in coffee and tea styles, uses a color matching code to determine the end result of your drink: 1) Just Tea; 2) Builder’s Brew; 3) Classic British; 4) Milky.

The British-based company has designed a mug with strips of color inside of the mug, similar to a pantone swatch book like at a paint store, which tells you what you’re drinking by the color of your milk infused drink.

Here’s a peek inside the mug:

Where do you fall on the color spectrum? (MyCuppa)

Geekanoids, a tech channel, has dedicated a video to explaining how the mugs work:

These 10 Places to Do Tea in NYC do provide their own china, or cupware, but it might be fun to BYOM (Bring Your Own Mug).

The mugs are sold at British retailers, and online for U.S. customers at $16.00 per mug.

Of course, some people might make a stinky face at anything in their coffee or tea, which is totally understandable. It’s all based on your preference. As well, some naysayers may say, “You can just use your eyes to determine the color,” but that wouldn’t be as much fun.

How do you like your coffee or tea?

See More: 
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The Components of a British High Tea
10 British Things About Your U.S. City (Afternoon Tea!)

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Filed Under: Tea
By Brigid Brown