Ceramic Hidden Creature Mug

By Creature Cups


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This unique coffee cup looks like a high-fire ceramic mug on the outside, but with each sip you’ll discover a sometimes spooky—but mostly adorable—ceramic creature at the bottom.

  • Materials: 100% high-fire ceramic
  • Care: Dishwasher & microwave safe, soak in warm water right after use, gently clean with a small brush
  • Creature emerges slowly as beverage is consumed
  • Made of high-fire ceramics free of lead and cadmium (FDA tested and approved)
  • Great gift for coffee and tea lovers
  • Creature will reduce volume 0.5-2 fl. oz.
  • Liquid Capacity: 11 fl. oz.
  • Designs created in a studio in Austin, TX
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 3.13" x 3.94" x 5"
  • Weight: 0.75 lb.

11 Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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Super fun

11/2/2018 by Linda

I got one of these mugs with the spider. I LOVE IT. It is so much fun that I am getting more to give as gifts.


Great Mug

8/17/2018 by David

Bought this as a present for a friend who collects everything skulls. He loved it!



5/15/2018 by Robin

The best present I have ever given.



2/21/2018 by Keith

It's always fun to catch unsuspecting reactions


Very Unique Gift

12/28/2017 by Kary

This was a gift for my father, who is a skull fanatic. He is really into those unique oddities that other people find strange. He loved his mug!

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Tea and coffee drinkers—look out!

About Creature Cups

Sip & Surprise

This unique coffee cup has a surprise inside. With each sip, you’ll get closer to discovering a little creature hidden at the bottom.

These sometimes spooky—but mostly adorable—ceramic creature cups have little creatures that get revealed as you finish your coffee or tea.

We like that on the outside, each hi-fire ceramic piece looks like your classic mug. It isn’t until you start sipping that you stumble on a manatee, an octopus, or (a creepier) spider chilling at the bottom of your cup.

Surprise, scare, or delight a friend by pouring their drink into an unconventional mug.