Friday, March 6, 2009

Kri Kri -always part of my day

These cups are an important part of my day. I love coffee and I have become addicted to drinking it from these stunning cups by KriKri. (Yes my desk is a mess).

Always on my desk...

I have my first latte in bed and after lunch, move over to expressos. These I devour in these expresso cups.
My cup and my expresso maker

The ceramics are not only beautiful but they have such a nice and sophisticated feel to the hand and lips. I just don't enjoy my coffee from any other cup any longer.


Here also a larger bowl. And have you ever seen such a cute little doughnut?

I also love being able to wash them in the dishwasher and if I drop one (I am rather clumsy) they often miraculously survive. KriKri is not just any brand of ceramics. KriKri is Kristin Nelson. She is also an unbelievably talented kayaker and paddling instructor. On the water she can help the most scared and panicky paddler back to comfort and teach them skills they never thought they would master.
Artist in waterfall

Diversified talents? You bet. Her no good husband can paddle but thats about it:-)
The husband...

Please check out Kristin's stuff. But I'm warning you, ones you go KriKri your coffee will never taste the same again in any other cup...

5 comments:

Kri Kri said...

Oh joy! I really loved how you presented Kri Kri in your daily life! To be so appreciated! You have really made my day, Richard, my week...

David J Foster said...

I too am a Kri-Kri boy, having converted in 1997.

In fact, despite having treasured Kri-Kri pieces with most year-stamps on since then, it's a green '97 cup with a purple inside that I use to sup my pre-run quad-spresso. And an additional post-run one this morning!

Happy Kri-Kri to you!

nigel said...

I know what you mean! I even take mine with me when I travel! Everything tastes better in KriKri!

Kri Kri said...

I think that the cute little donut might just be a doughnut hole... a whole hole? And the "no good" husband, Well, he may be a handful at times, but he really is pretty good!

Richard at Point 65 said...

Munk in swedish (the doughnut hole not the husband)