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Hi Just wondering if anyone had any good reccomensations for espresso and cappacino cups? Have looked at the notneutrals cups...but seem a bit pricey at roughly £13 a pop from coffeehit. Im not saying they are not worth it, but any reccomendations would be welcome. Cheers
 

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I always go with These Guys as without a min' order amount they can kit your kitchen out with absolutely anything you'd like.
 

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Loveramics cups are, in my view, on a par with acme cups and can be picked up sometimes on offer from whittards and the like. Acme, inker or loveramics look really nice in all the various colours they come in.
 

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Gluv999 said:
Hi Just wondering if anyone had any good reccomensations for espresso and cappacino cups? Have looked at the notneutrals cups...but seem a bit pricey at roughly £13 a pop from coffeehit. Im not saying they are not worth it, but any reccomendations would be welcome. Cheers
I've got a couple of not neutral espresso cups I could sell.
 

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Prufrock had beautiful cups, not sure whether they're offering them for sale.

I am also looking to buy some cups. Planning a trip to Caravan soon.
That cup and saucer on Prufrock's FB page is an Inker, I think
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I've got the italian Nuova Point, Palermo style for flat white and espresso..really thick walls
 

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Has anyone got any experience with the Rhinowares Javan cups designed by cofeehit themselves? They're very reasonably priced, I'm curious if anybody knows how thick walled/heavy they are compared to ACME, inker etc.
 

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Has anyone got any experience with the Rhinowares Javan cups designed by cofeehit themselves? They're very reasonably priced, I'm curious if anybody knows how thick walled/heavy they are compared to ACME, inker etc.
They are good value for money but not on a par with acme etc. I got some espresso and flat white ones. Reasonably thick, nice saucers, slightly inconsistent shapes (but I don't mind)...
 

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They are good value for money but not on a par with acme etc. I got some espresso and flat white ones. Reasonably thick, nice saucers, slightly inconsistent shapes (but I don't mind)...
I'm tempted by the ACME outlet sets and Inker, any idea which are thicker/heavier?
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