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keano0166
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Posted Mon Oct 15, 2012, 12:55pm
Subject: Short travel mugs
 

Hi

I have a Magnifica 3300 and have been looking, with no success, to find a travel mug that will fit under the coffee dispensing area of the machine. The max high of the cup/mug that I am looking for is around 4 inches. Preferably ceramic, but would live with stainless steel as well. The mug should have a lid so that it does not spill in the car.

Any suggestions?
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Posted Wed Oct 17, 2012, 7:29am
Subject: Re: Short travel mugs
 

I think you will, in the end, wind up pulling shots into a cup that fits under your machine and then pour it into any travel cup you choose.

I prefer to drink my straight shots within 30 seconds or so of it being pulled as the quality goes down hill quickly after pulling.

If this is for milk drinks, I make one ever morning to drink on my trip to work. I pull into a cup and dump them into the larger cup I am using to travel with. I use paper cups but if you want to use a travel cup in specific, that is a personal choice!

 
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