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COFFEE CUPS AND MUGS FOR SERVING YOUR FAVOURITE BEVERAGES

From our range, you'll generally find cups falling into two categories. Measuring cups for machine calibration purposes and cups to simply serve your delicious brews in.

More and more people are investing into have a beautiful home coffee setup. They may purchase a French Press, Chemex, Pour Over setup or a Moka Pot. Then, they will accompany that with a milk frothing from Subminimal, Bialetti and Bellman, a set of Coffee Scales, Thermometers and a Manual Grinder. A popular misconception is that coffee mug do not influence the coffee experience...wrong. There are many different sizes, materials, handle or no handle and plenty more to choose from. What about durability? These are all options that can influence the final result of your brew!

Cups vary in size and material. Generally espresso's are served in 90ml cups, and milk based lattes, flat whites and cappuccinos in 180-220ml cups But this will vary on personal preference. Personally, we love the look and feel of Acme-and-Co's new range and with cups and saucers being able to be bought separately, this allows for fun and colourful creations.

Don’t forget presentation is nearly as important as taste! Throw away the chipped and damaged mugs that you have been holding onto. Reward yourself and your visitors with beautiful mugs from Fellow, Rocket, Kinto and Yield.

However, in terms of price point it is still hard to beat the Rockingham / Premier Tazze range of cups. Our personal favourite ceramic coffee mugs and our best sellers are from Fellow. We stock a great range of sizes and varieties for all coffee types!

What Coffee Cups should I use?

To answer this question, we would first look at the type of coffee you are making and then match it with the appropriate cup. Obviously, there is room to move within these recommendations based on your preferences however, in a general sense, they will follow these sizes:

  • Ristretto: 90ml or 2-3oz cup
  • Espresso: 90ml or 2-3oz cup
  • Long Black: 180ml or 6-8oz cup
  • Macchiato: 110ml or 4oz cup
  • Piccolo Latte: 110ml or 4oz cup
  • Cappuccino: 180ml or 6-8oz cup
  • Latte: 220ml or 8oz Ideally glass
  • Flat White: 180ml or 6-8oz cup
  • Mocha: 180ml or 6-8oz cup