Our Favorite Bodum Double Wall Coffee Glass

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Are you considering buy a Bodum Double Wall glass?

We have tested three different ones and want to share our thoughts and preferences between them.

If you don’t know what we are talking about, these are the coffee glasses that Bodum says “breath”. The glasses are in order in the picture below.

  1. Espresso Glass (2.5 ounce, .08L)
  2. Canteen Glass (6.5 ounce, .2L
  3. Pavina Glass (12 ounces, .36L)

Curiously, the Canteen Double Wall Glass, our favorite, is not available for sale in the United States, though a similar, but larger glass is.

the three Bodum Double Wall, breathable glasses we tested

Which Glass is Our Favorite?

The Canteen Glass is definitely our favorite. And here’s why:

  1. Fits in our hand the best

2. Is a versatile size

The Canteen glass is a versatile size of .2L or 6.5 ounces. If you just wanted an espresso, that would work. If you are like me and want a small americano (so something between an espresso and Americano coffee) they’re perfect for that.

3. Looks the coolest

Where does the Pavina Shine?

If you like a huge americano coffee or are drinking a hot chocolate with lots of foam. Or maybe even serving a fancy dessert in one, get the Pavina.

I have large hands, and the Bodum Pavina glass, while holdable is slightly too big. This means that for most people it will be too big.

It is fairly large as well: 12 ounces or .36L is a lot of coffee. Although maybe you are drinking something else 😀 ?

BODUM Canteen Double Wall Insulated Glasses

How Durable are Bodum’s Glasses?

All of these glasses are made out of borosilicate glass.

One of the primary reasons to make something out of borosilicate is because it is super strong. Borosilicate can also be subjected to extreme heat.

You can still break the glasses if you drop them, though. So don’t go throwing them around.

We know this because the Bodum French Presses are breakable and they sell replacement glass for them.

We are going to make a video about how tough these are. Sign up to our email address if you want to be notified when we do.

Are They Dishwasher Safe?

Answer: yes

According to the Canteen glass box, the glasses are safe to use in:

  1. microwaves
  2. dishwashers
  3. ovens
  4. freezers