Hot beverage container

Patent No. 7,475,792

Issued: January 13, 2009
Filed: June 22, 2006

Inventor: Hansen; David Scott (Ithaca, NY)


A beverage container having an inner core and an outer shell, relatively rotatable such that a spiral groove in the inner core can be rotationally aligned with cooling flanges on the outside of the outer shell for cleaning, or rotated to close the cooling flanges, forming a cooling tube from the inside of the inner core to a drinking tube at the top of the container, thereby cooling a beverage that is drawn through the cooling flanges by radiating heat into the ambient environment.

Reference to Related Applications

This application claims an invention which was disclosed in Provisional Application No. 60/766,787, filed Feb. 11, 2006, entitled "Never Too Hot Mug". The benefit under 35 USC 119(e) of the United States provisional application is hereby claimed, and the aforementioned application is hereby incorporated herein by reference.


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