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Posted Fri Feb 3, 2012, 2:32am
Subject: Cappuccino/saucer stackable set with wire holder?
 

I got the cappuccino size version of this:

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Stackable Porcelain Cappuccino Cup & Saucer 9 Pc Set
Click Here (www.amazon.com)


It is a stackable wired cappuccino cup set with  stackable saucers on the bottom. It looks quite cool and is very useful. However, for $45.00 the quality of it shows....the ceramic of the cups is not that thick and the cup is to hot to hold when drinking a hot coffee drink.

Is there a more high quality cappuccino cup/saucer set that comes with a wired stack holder? I looked around on google but couldn't find one(except the one I have). I know they exist because I saw one at a coffee shop the other day.
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Posted Fri Feb 3, 2012, 8:52am
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Your link is just a Google search results page for a topic different than in your post, (coasting point of machine) you might want to find your item again and post a link for it instead.

 
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Posted Fri Feb 3, 2012, 9:30am
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sorry! link corrected. thanks!
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Posted Fri Feb 3, 2012, 10:16am
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for daily use, get the best. They will last a LOT longer: http://www.greatinfusions.com/italian_espresso_cup.html

 
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Posted Fri Feb 3, 2012, 11:00am
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frcn Said:

for daily use, get the best. They will last a LOT longer: http://www.greatinfusions.com/italian_espresso_cup.html

Posted February 3, 2012 link


Funny you mentioned that...I was planning on buying the Red Rosso style Latte cup. But they only have it in a Latte Tulip version...how does that compare to the normal latte bowl version?



Also, I still would like to replace my Cappuccino & saucer stack set with a nicer one if anyone knows of any that come with a wire stack holder
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Posted Fri Feb 3, 2012, 12:03pm
Subject: Re: Cappuccino/saucer stackable set with wire holder?
 

I think I have that same set in a box in the garage somewhere.  Yep, they stink.  I haven't seen any good cups that come with a wire rack, but Orphan Espresso has stackable cups that should be good. LINK  I haven't used them, but I have some of the Inker "Tina" cups and they're great.
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Posted Fri Feb 3, 2012, 12:52pm
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The cappa ACFs stack with saucers between each cup. Could do a wood rack to hold them.

frcn: ACF stack.JPG
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Posted Fri Feb 3, 2012, 2:32pm
Subject: Re: Cappuccino/saucer stackable set with wire holder?
 

Get and use the good stuff.
I am a little more advanced in years than a lot of the members here and over the years, we have aquired a nice set of china etc. It was just sitting in the cabinet being saved for "company" or "special occasions" then I decided what the heck, what good is it just sitting there? What is going to happen to it when we die" Answer, it will likely be sold at a yard sale so someone else can store it for those "special occasions" We now use and enjoy the "good stuff" every day, what good is it going to do you when you are dead?  

USE THE GOOD STUFF!!!!!!

 
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