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Timmer78
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Posted Thu Jan 17, 2013, 2:30pm
Subject: Looking for blue porcelain cappuccino cups
 

Could someone help?

Ok so after an hour or so of looking everywhere on google I cannot find a 6-7oz blue porcelain cappuccino cups sold in the United States online. I just purchased an espresso machine (qm67) and I really want a nice blue cup like the one in the image below. I don't understand why their so hard to find in the states, the only place I could find nicely colored porcelain cappuccino cups was overseas, and they had rediculous shipping charges.

I thank in advance any help offered!

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Posted Thu Jan 17, 2013, 3:24pm
Subject: Re: Looking for blue porcelain cappuccino cups
 

Orphan Espresso carries Inker porcelain cups in a range of colors, but is currently shut down due to a death in the family.  You might want to check back later in the month to see if they carry something you'd like.  

I have and like the Inker Mokka 4.5 oz cappuccino cups in brown, I like the small size to go with my lever espresso machine and because I'm not a big fan of milky drinks.

 
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Posted Thu Jan 17, 2013, 7:52pm
Subject: Re: Looking for blue porcelain cappuccino cups
 

Thanks for the tip :) At the moment I think I prefer the milk based espresso, but then again I have gradually been using less milk/sugar the longer I've been drinking coffee so my preference could change. At any rate, they did have red cups at orphan espresso, but I settled on the white cups for now as I need something until I find what I'm really interested in.
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