Oprah’s ‘favorite’ drinkware just got a floral makeover from Rifle Paper Co.

When it comes to scoring Oprah’s stamp of approval, few drinkware companies can compete with Corkcicle.

The media mogul’s been a fan of the trendy tumblers since at least 2012, when she first gave one a spot on her coveted “Favorite Things” list.

And now, just in time for Mother’s Day gift-giving, the brand has teamed up with Rifle Paper Co. on a line of drinkware covered in colorful florals.

Standout styles include the Rifle Paper Co. x Corkcicle Cold Cup ($40), a limited-edition version of a recent Oprah favorite.


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A tumbler with flowers on it
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“I first picked Corkcicle in 2012. This year, it has a brand-new cup, with a ceramic straw, that … keeps drinks cold for up to 12 hours (or hot for five),” Winfrey wrote of the original version on her 2023 roundup. “I can’t wait to have my smoothie in the lavender one.”

Now that her beloved lavender design — and the similar strawless Rifle Paper Co. x Corkcicle Tumbler ($40) — come in new patterns, perhaps she’d better make room in her kitchen cabinets.

Should you prefer something with a handle, there are three bloom-bedecked takes on the brand’s triple-insulated Cruiser Tumbler ($55), too.  


A floral cup with a straw
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Corkcicle canteen
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Oprah’s not the only famous fan of Cockcicle; per the brand, fashion-industry fixtures like Gisele Bündchen, Rachel Zoe and Alessandra Ambrosio all own the original version of the Sport Canteen ($45), which is designed to keep beverages cold for a whopping 25 hours or hot for five.


A coffee mug surrounded by flowers
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Corkcicle stemless purple glass
Corkcicle

The collection also includes the label’s signature Stemless Cup ($35), and Coffee Mug ($40), if unwinding with a warm beverage is more your cup of tea.

To add a cute pattern to any drink, there’s also a Can Cooler ($30) — plus an Ice Bucket ($130 $104) to put the finishing touches on a backyard bash.

Just be sure to shop fast — much like spring flowers, this festive collaboration won’t last forever.