Aladdin Smoothie Mugs

Happy Friday everyone!

Are you a fan of smoothies but don’t have a grab and go mug for them? Well you are in luck because today’s product shout out is for Aladdin Mason Smoothie Tumblers! These are perfect for on the go and even come with extra wide fun smoothie straws! (So even those chunks that didn’t really get blended make it through!)

Who is Aladdin?

You’re probably thinking of the modern time movie with a genie and a magic carpet, but I do think founder Victor Samuel Johnson Sr. had some concept of using that name in reference since he first started as a lamp company. The evolution of the Aladdin brand has come from it’s origin in producing lamps, to then making metal lunch boxes to now modernized insulated mugs and lunch containers.

Aladdin is part of a Seattle based company, Pacific Market International. Where they market, manufacture and design food and beverage products.  (We love that they are made in the U.S.!)

So what is a Mason Smoothie Tumbler?

It’s just that! Aladdin has designed their newest product after the well-known Ball jars or Mason glass jars. These were originally used for food preserving but now they are being used for all sorts of things and also trending now as a way to serve smoothies and drinks! You could always make your own smoothie “tumbler” with an actual mason jar but for those of you who aren’t so crafty these mugs definitely do the job!

Why do we love these mugs?

Besides being made in the USA, we love that they are BPA free! And since they are insulated they keep your drink hot or cold!

What’s BPA?

BPA stands for Bisphenol A, which is an industrial chemical used to make certain plastics. This chemical is mostly found and used in food and beverage containers. This chemical can seep into our food and drinks, which is why it is important to look for BPA free products such as this one!

I want one! Where can I get these little mugs?

You can find Aladdin products at Target, Costco, Sur La Table and Crate & Barrel. You can also purchase through their website