Collection: Espresso Cups

26 products
  • Cuisinox Porcelain Espresso Cups (Set of 4), White
  • Espresso Cups with Saucers and Metal Stand Set of 6 4 oz Cappuccino Cups Teacup for Tea Party White
  • BTaT- Small Stackable Espresso Cups, Demitasse Cups, Set of 6 (2.0 oz, 60 ml), Glass Coffee Mugs, Double Wall Glass Cups, Clear Coffee Cup, Tea Glass, Espresso Glass, Glass Tea Cups
  • Porcelain Espresso Cups with Saucers and Spoons, DeeCoo 3.5 oz Coffee Cup and Saucer Set, Set of 6 Stackable Espresso Mugs, Small Demitasse Cup with Handle, Tiny Coffee Mugs Set
  • DLux Espresso Coffee Cups 3oz, Double Wall, Clear Glass set of 2 Glasses with Handles, Insulated Borosilicate Glassware Tea Cup
  • Nespresso Capsules OriginalLine, Ispirazione Variety Pack, Medium & Dark Roast Espresso Coffee, 50 Count Espresso Coffee Pods, Brews 1.35oz
  • TashiBox Thick Espresso Cups Travel To Go, 4oz-200, White
  • Youngever 3 Pack Espresso Cups, Double Wall Thermo Insulated Espresso Cups, Glass Coffee Cups, 5 Ounce
  • Stoiva Double Wall Insulated Espresso Glass Cups – 5 oz. (150 ml) Espresso Shot Glass Cup with Handle – Stackable Thermal Clear Glass Cups, Ideal Fit for Espresso Machine and Coffee Maker – Set of 4
  • Espresso Cups Set of 4 - 2Oz Espresso Glasses - Double Wall Insulated Espresso Cup Set - Dishwasher Safe Coffee Cups - Clear Espresso Shot Glasses - Small Expresso mugs - Walled Measuring Cups
  • Espresso Cups, 3.2-Ounce. Small Demitasse Clear Glass Espresso Drinkware, Set Of 2 Cups, Saucers and Stainless Steel mini Spoons, Hostess, Coffee Lover/Enthusiast,
  • JoyJolt Javaah Double Walled Espresso Glasses, Set of 2 Nespresso Cups 2-Ounce
  • Youngever 2 Pack Glass Espresso Mugs, Double Wall Thermo Insulated Glass Coffee Cups, Glass Coffee Mugs, 5.5 Ounce
  • Espresso Cups with Saucers Set with Cup Holder 4 oz Cappuccino Cups Set of 6 - Teacup for Tea Party Black
  • JoyJolt Savor Double Wall Insulated Glasses Espresso Mugs (Set of 2) - 5.4-Ounces
  • De'Longhi DeLonghi Double Walled Thermo Espresso Glasses, Set of 2, Regular, Clear
  • Cutiset 8 Ounce Porcelain Marbleized Tea, Espresso Cup and Saucer Set with metal stand, set of 4
  • DOWAN Stackable Espresso Cups with Saucers, Porcelain Coffee Cups with Butterfly Design Handle, 3.5 oz Coffee Cup and Saucer Set, Set of 6, Beige & Purple
  • Jusalpha Porcelain Tea Set- 8 OZ White Coffee Cup/Teacup, Saucer, Spoons, Teapot and Creamer set, 17-Pieces (FD-TW17PC SET, White)
  • Teabloom Kyoto Teacup and Saucer Set 2-Pack – Standard Teacup Size – 6 OZ/ 180 ML Capacity – Crystal Clear Design –– Healthful Premium Borosilicate Glass – Heat Resistant, Microwave Safe
  • Amazingware Royal Tea Cups and Saucers, with Gold Trim and Gift Box, British Coffee Cups, Porcelain Tea Set, Set of 6 (8 oz)- Dark Green
  • 21 Pcs Tea Set of 6 for Girls, Handcraft Pink Porcelain Tea Party Set for Kids/Child, Real Glass Teapot/Tea pot Set with Warmer for Little Girls, Ceramic/China Tea Cup Set/Tea Gift Set with 6 Saucers
  • Tealyra - 8.5-Ounce Double Wall Glasses and Saucer - Set of 4 - Espresso Coffee - Tea - Cappuccino - Clear Cups - Heatproof Insulating - Keeps Beverages Hot - 250ml
  • Eileen's Reserve New Bone China Pure White Teacup and Saucer, Set of Four

Espresso Cups Are More Than Just Coffee Cups

Espresso Cups

Espresso cups are a common feature in the modern kitchen. Espresso is a very popular type of coffee to drink and making the cup is very simple. You don't need great equipment to make it. There is a set of specific mugs that are designed for the purpose of preparing the coffee and this is what the rest of the machine is based on. When you have a traditional coffee machine, the only thing that you need to do is place the beans into the hopper. After that, you just wait and when you press the button, the machine grinds the beans and releases the water.

 

Espresso cups are also easy to clean. You just need to wipe it down with a damp cloth or a paper towel. There are lots of colors available so you can match the design of your cup to the rest of your appliances and furniture. They are also made from different materials, for example, brass, steel, plastic, and stainless steel.

 

There are some disadvantages of Espresso Cups and they are mostly related to safety. One possible problem is when you use it in an automatic espresso machine. The design of these cups allow the water to seep through and can be sucked by the grinding machine machinery. If this happens, the coffee can spill and the surface area will be covered with the coffee. The spill could be quite expensive because of the cleaning and maintenance costs.

 

Espresso is a very strong beverage and if you want to enjoy your coffee without having to worry about spilling it, then you should use a regular cup instead. It is also not recommended to drink your Espresso in a public place because the taste may not be as satisfying as it is with a regular cup. Espresso is coffee that is made from hot water and either ground beans or sweetened with sugar. In some countries like Italy, Espresso is mixed with other ingredients like milk and cream.

 

Espresso comes in three basic varieties: Dry, Wet and Espresso Cappuccino. The difference between them is just the method for brewing. Dry Espresso is the one we use at home because it produces a finer and more delicate cup of coffee. This is the kind we drink from time to time when we want a simple cup of coffee. When we brew Espresso Cappuccino, we use espresso and hot water to generate a thick and syrupy coffee.

 

The best part about Espresso Cups is that they are available in different colors and in different sizes. They are perfect for use in any type of coffee or espresso machines. You can easily use them with your drip coffee maker and your percolator. Some people even use it with their camp stove and with any kind of stove that generate steam. You can also use it with any types of coffee makers including instant coffee makers.

 

Espresso cups are made from glass and porcelain. This material is durable and they do not break easily. You do not have to worry about the cup shattering into pieces every now and then. If you are serving your coffee in an espresso machine, the glasses or cups will not be affected. However, if you are serving your coffee in a regular appliance like a drip coffee maker or a percolator, then the chances of the cups being affected goes up.

 

As a matter of fact, the most common problem associated with Espresso Cups happens when the person in the house or the office drinks coffee and they hold it against their nose. The heat generated by the steam in the appliance causes the glass to break. This may cause some irritation on the part of the person who has been drinking coffee through that particular day. So, next time you plan to make a cup of your favorite coffee, make sure you use Espresso Cups instead of normal coffee cups.