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Espresso Cups - Vernon Bishop's Review
Posted: May 20, 2009, 2:43pm
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Arrow The Espresso Cups has 14 Reviews
Arrow The Espresso Cups has been rated 9.23 overall by our member reviewers
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Niko K. 10.00
Nadav Caine 8.83
Kahve Delisi 8.00
Mark Prince 8.00
Toto Di Torretta 7.80

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: Assam espresso shot glass
Manufacturer: Bodum Quality: 8
Average Price: Varies Usability: 9
Price Paid: $11.95 Cost vs. Value 8
Where Bought: Target, (online) Aesthetics 9
Owned for: 3 months Overall 8
Writer's Expertise: I live coffee Would Buy Again: Yes
Similar Items Owned: Norpro shot glass measure
Bottom Line: Curvy, light, but durable and effective
Positive Product Points

Light, but effective
Double wall, keeps the espresso hot without preheating
Surprisingly durable
Beautiful
Good size
Hands don't get hot when holding your morning shot

Negative Product Points

Expensive, (Almost $12 for two).
Feels like it will break

Detailed Commentary

First thing I can say is these glasses are very striking in appearance.  They have a curvy shape that could impress most people.  They are also very durable, while being light.  I have dropped them and they do not break.  They also hold the heat of the shot very well and I am impressed by this quality, as I do not have to preheat the glasses before I pull a shot.  The shots taste really good in these glasses.  I really don't like that they cost almost $12 for two glasses, but they are worth it.  The glass is hand blown and adds to the wow factor when impressing your guests.  The glass is very light and feels fragile, however, I have dropped these and they are solid for their lightness.  

Overall, I am very impressed by these glasses, and they fit comfortably fit in the drawer of my coffee bar.

Buying Experience

A little more of a pain than I would have liked, as I was using a gift card to pay for these.  They make the process a little more difficult than I like.

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