Keeping Your Drink Looking and Tasting Cool!

Everyone knows that having a cool drink is a must. Drinking out of a bottle or can in the summer can be extremely unpleasant if the drink is not cool and if it is kept out in the hot sun or in a warm room, it can soon warm up even if it is taken out of the fridge. There are many solutions to this problem but a can cooler is probably the best solution.

There are a selection of Koozies or can coolers that you can buy, but they are not normally that cool. Many people would rather have a warm drink than use one. However, they are a very practical solution. Not only do they insulate the can or bottle so they stay cool but they also provide a non slip cover which will help to stop your dropping the drink. They also protect you against getting a cold hand, should you not like that and stop you getting damp from the condensation that tend sto accumulate on the outside.

The great news is that you can now make a custom Koozie, which means that you can decide what it looks like. You can therefore make it look a lot better than any that you could buy in the shops. This could get around the problem of not being able to find one that is cool as you can decide what it looks like.

One good thing to do is to have names put on them. It may not seem very original, but it will mean that when a drink is put down, the owner will easily be able to find which is theirs. Another cool think to do would be to put a funky phrase or saying on it. Choosing the colour and font as well as what it says will mean that you will be able to put something together that looks really great and is personal to whoever it is given to.

The Koozies could also make a fantastic gift for someone. Get a person one with their name on, their nickname or a funny phrase. You could get a matching pair for a couple or a family set with children’s one for their favourite soft drinks. Having a personalised gift can feel really special as the recipient will know that it is something unique that no one else is likely to have.