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Juno87
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Posted Tue Jun 4, 2013, 2:36pm
Subject: Coffee Cups in Germany?
 

Hey guys, new to this site so looking forward to reading some good stuff about coffee!
Currently in the process of looking at opening a cafe with a friend. I have been put in charge of sourcing most of the equipment and accessories. I know when I am making coffee, the cup makes a difference concerning latte art. I am use to using i wider rimmed cup in order to get the most out of my art. I guess I am wanting to know if anyone can recommend some suppliers who have these options. Looking for cappuccino cups around 8ounce and also latte glasses around 6ounce. Espresso cups of course and macchiato glasses, but mainly just looking for a good white, ceramic cup and latte glass! Seems difficult to find the similar style I would use back in Australia.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks!!
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outrigger
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Posted Tue Jun 4, 2013, 10:43pm
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Hi, welcome to forum, you can buy either the Nuova Points online:

https://www.avola-coffeesystems.de/Nuova+Point+Tassen/CAPPUCCINOTASSEN.html

or I recalled i went to Centro Italia Marienfelde, and got some. they should have quite a selection of cups (or at other store location)

http://www.centro-italia.de/laeden/?l=1

Good Luck
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Juno87
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Posted Wed Jun 5, 2013, 4:51am
Subject: Re: Coffee Cups in Germany?
 

Cool. Looks very much like what I am looking for! thanks outrigger! Do you run a cafe here in Berlin?
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