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These attractive Espresso Cups feature a unique stainless steel base and handle for beautiful presentation of espresso coffee. The stainless steel handle is removable for cleaning. Set of 4. Dishwasher-safe. Imported from Italy. See complete description »
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These attractive Espresso Cups feature a unique stainless steel base and handle for beautiful presentation of espresso coffee. The stainless steel handle is removable for cleaning. Set of 4. Dishwasher-safe. Imported from Italy.
This is my second set of these Cappuccino Glasses. The glass is crystal clear, they just the right size, and I am proud to serve our Cappuccinos in them. Great price from Cooking.com--super fast delivery--and packaged very well. Don't let the price fool you, these glasses are sturdy.
I love these glasses. Based on the price I was skeptical but am happily surprised by their quality and look.
These cups are sturdy and are the prefect size for serving tea to guests. They are of good quality and a good value for the price
These glasses are perfect for my new espresso/cappuccino machine. They are light and comfortable to hold.
The cups arrived as promised. When I opened the first box (I ordered a total of 8 cappuccino and 8 espresso cups), the first one I picked up to wash, the weld of the handle bottom came loose. I thought at first that I would need to send them back. But out of 16 cups, that was the only problem, and I bought 8 of each to have spares if a cup broke, so not a big deal.
The handles are not comfortable to hold for long periods, but espresso and cappuccino should be drank while hot, so I don;t hold onto the cups for more than a couple of minutes.
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