A recipe for a whip-it mug is back on the shelves after the UK’s Ministry of Defence announced it would be changing its use of the beverage.
The mug was banned in Britain in October, following concerns over its use in warfare and the potential for a range of serious health issues, including cancer.
Now, in May, the MoD said it would begin selling the whip-its back.
The original whip-It mug had a glass container with the shape of a cup, and was available in different sizes for the military, the civil service and for people on the streets.
However, the UK banned the mug in October 2015, saying it posed “a risk to the health and safety of civilians”.
However, it said it was now a safe drinking alternative for the armed forces and civilian customers.
“The Government’s decision to bring back the whipit mug has given our armed forces the chance to move forward with plans to reintroduce the whipittis,” a MoD spokesman said.
“It will be available in military, civil service, and local authority stores and vending machines from April.”
The MoD says it will also introduce a new Whipit Mug, which will be more affordable.
“Our service personnel will be able to purchase the Whipit mug from April 21,” it said.
The Whipit is a type of coffee mug, with the cup shaped like a tea cup.
It can be purchased in a variety of sizes and shapes.
It is widely used in Britain’s armed forces.
A UK government spokesman said the MoF had taken a range in-house to ensure the whipits were safe for use in UK military.
“These include ensuring that the product is free from any hazardous substances, is free of mould, is safe to drink, and is manufactured in a way that minimises any health risks,” he said.
What is a whipit?
Whipits are cups made of coffee grounds.
The cups are made of milk, cream or other ingredients.
In addition to the glass container, the Whipits were also used by the military and the civil services.
What are the health concerns?
There is concern that the whipita mugs could be unsafe for people with pre-existing health conditions.
“We have concerns that the Whipittis may be unsafe to drink for those with existing health conditions, including pre-eclampsia, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, or other conditions,” a spokesman said in a statement.
“They may also have a high chance of causing adverse health effects in children, particularly if consumed at too high a temperature.”
How does it work?
The Whipits have a plastic lid, and a removable cup, which can be filled with coffee grounds and whipped.
The cup can then be rotated, and the mug can be emptied of the coffee grounds before it is used.
However this is not recommended because it could lead to the cup being filled with too much coffee, which could lead the mug to be too hot and burn, and could also cause the cup to be damaged, causing it to leak.
The MoF also said that while the Whipis can be used by people on duty, it is not safe for civilians.
“To ensure that the products are safe for military personnel, we have developed and tested a process that minimise the risk of exposure to mould, including through the use of a silicone seal,” the spokesman said on the MoFs website.
What’s the price?
Whipit Mugs were available at £15 for adults, £10 for children aged 15 to 19 and £10 each for adults and children under 15.
The ministry said that customers were also offered a free trial of the product from April 11.
How long has the Whipita mug been available?
The original Whipit was made in 2007.
In November 2014, the Ministry of Defense announced it was introducing a new version of the whipiter to help combat the spread of the coronavirus.
The new product is being sold by the MoDs website, which states that it is available at an initial £30.
The Ministry said that there were plans to extend the whipIT product to the military in May.