Tebí’s Choco Cup is surprisingly hard-harder than traditional ceramics. This is due to the use of natural clay and high firing temperatures of over 2200°F. The cup gets its name from the sound of two cups hitting one another. The definitive clang proves that the cup is made from high quality clays. The form is simple yet elegant, boasting only a thickened rim, which doesn’t distract from the quality construction of the cup. Tebí's Choco Cup has additional glazing that reminds one of rich cocoa.