They have the "original" glass straws.
If you're like me, you're thinking..glass straws...kids..not a good mix. Well, I can tell you from using these straws they are durable, they are not for toddlers, no. But for older kids (around 5 and up) they work great.
One of Casey's biggest concerns about these straws, and the main reason why she won't use refillable cups at most theme parks is because she worries about mold and mildew in the straw where you can't see it, she says you can never get the straw 100% clean.
With Glass Dharma reuseable straws you can also get a cleaning brush which works great, I feel totally confident that they are clean.
Sets of 4 straws and one cleaning brush start at about $28, which when you compare that to the boxes and boxes of straws and the pounds of wasted straws each year, it's a great investment.
Glass Dharma also offers a guarantee, they are not suggesting that you purposely break the straws, but if you happen to, by accident, they will send you a replacement (though you must send back the broken straw at your own cost.
Personally, my favorite thing about the straws is that I am a big drinker, like when I drink a glass of water, I will drink the whole thing in about 10 seconds. Most straws are so small and thin that you can't drink very fast and I usually end up tossing the straw in the trash so I can drink faster.
Well Glass Dharma has a variety of straws including this one which is very wide.
They offer straws in different diameters to suit your own needs, my personal favorite is the 14mm bubble tea.
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Disclosure: I was given Glass Dharma Straws to help with my review. All opinions are 100% mine.