Another Nice Stocking Stuffer–Glass Straws

Gift Guide Pick

I love when American companies contact me to feature their products.  While this is a small item, it is perfect for the person on your list who is trying to live more eco-friendly, or for a unique stocking stuffer, it has been one of the highlights of my 2010 Christmas Gift Guide for me. 

GlassDharma Glass Straws.  Available in 4 styles, they’re a great gift for Christmas.  Or how about dressing up your dining table this season with their Red & Green Decorative Dots straws?  Christmas is coming quickly, do you know a teacher who stops for a cold coffee drink each morning?  Gift them with a GlassDharma Straw!

I got to review one straw of each design, and they’re great.  We have thoroughly enjoyed using them in our home, and I like that I don’t have to keep buying the plastic straws anymore.

My favorites really are the Decorative Dots straws.  It’s easy to recognize who’s drink is whose by the straw color.  I like the fact that I could match them to my dishes too if I wanted!

No worries about how to get these clean either, they have some awesome brushes that fit right into the straw to make sure that you get all the juice, milk or pop out. They’re also dishwasher safe.  Woot!

Unbelievable but true…GlassDharma Straws are covered with a Lifetime Guarantee Against Breakage.  That means that if they ever break, they’ll replace them – Free!

You can purchase GlassDharma Glass Straws, brushes to clean them, as well as cases to store them in online, or at these retailers.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I wrote this post on behalf of GlassDharma and was supplied with samples and  information, the review and opinions are my own.

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