8.3, Based on 10 Reviews
Metal, Ceramic, Glass, Other, 4-7 ounce
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Cappuccino cups are defined as cups between 4.5oz and 7.5oz in size. They come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and materials. Please make sure you list the brand when you review. It helps to list the size and materials as well.
Alan Wolkower (quality: 4.0)
Product Reviewed: inox
Bottom Line: get it dont waste your $$$ on ceramic
Rick Waits (quality: 7.7)
Product Reviewed: Designer Cappuccino
Bottom Line: These cups are my favorites. Well made, durable, the right capacity and enough handle room for an easy hold.
Owen O'Neill (quality: 8.3)
Product Reviewed: Inox
Bottom Line: Expensive and worth it - a pleasure to behold and a joy to drink from. Your search is over!
Mark Prince (quality: 5.7)
Product Reviewed: Inox Steel Cups
Bottom Line: If you have a stainless steel fetish, these are definitely the cappa cups for you. Worth every cent, and a piece of art to boot.
Andrew Yeo (quality: 7.0)
Product Reviewed: Illy
Bottom Line: Perfect cups to match the home espresso machine.
Rick Waits (quality: 9.0)
Product Reviewed: Intelligentsia Cappa Cup
Bottom Line: Cup and saucer are classy with smooth lines, solid looks and seems to just say "fill me with your best shot"!
Owen O'Neill (quality: 7.5)
Product Reviewed: Ikea 365 series
Bottom Line: Nicely shaped, reasonably priced and a pleasure to behold but poor heat retention is a big shortcoming.
Mark Prince (quality: 9.0)
Product Reviewed: International Flight
Bottom Line: Buy for the collectability and shrug your shoulders at Andrea's weird sense of what constitutes "art".
Rick Waits (quality: 9.0)
Product Reviewed: Pen Tests cappuccino
Bottom Line: Love the cups artwork and thick looks, but illy needs to improve quality (ie: drop IPA and get back to Rosenthal) at this price point.
Mark Prince (quality: 8.5)
Product Reviewed: Romeo e Juliet
Bottom Line: Not worth the money - at $50 for six (instead of $40 for two) they would be.
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