Coffee Bar Latte Macchiato Cups and Saucers (Set of 2) by Konitz
Stylishly slim, these glasses are designed for layered beverages like a latte macchiato. To serve, fill until almost full but do not stir the coffee with the milk. The larger saucer allows a resting spot for cookies or a spoon. Coffee Bar by Konitz is a collection of cups for all hot drinks, each s... See complete description »
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Stylishly slim, these glasses are designed for layered beverages like a latte macchiato. To serve, fill until almost full but do not stir the coffee with the milk. The larger saucer allows a resting spot for cookies or a spoon.
Coffee Bar by Konitz is a collection of cups for all hot drinks, each shape individually developed to maximize the unique aroma of the specific beverage. By working with international coffee experts, Konitz has created a unique collection of drinking vessels made of durable fine-white porcelain, the ideal choice for enjoying coffee. The professional-weight body will maintain heat to keep the drink warm longer. Highly durable, the porcelain mugs are dishwasher- and microwave-safe.
Looks good, not top heavy and white is excellent color. A bottle brush works well for cleaning. I'd buy this make and brand again.
Cannot wait to get my Latte/cappuccino maker so that I can use them !!
we have enjoyed the coffee cups for several years, just wanted to add a couple more to the collection
These are my favorite cups and everyone that comes to my house wants to be served drinks in them, so I bought 10 sets to give all of my family and extended family for Christmas. These cups are very unique and I love them!!
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