After you get the right equipment, fresh coffee beans, gooseneck kettle, appropriate filters, and scales, the correct coffee cup can be a cherry on top of your perfect coffee-drinking experience.
The coffee cups work together with your senses to elevate your experience. While rounded cups can enhance sweetness, tulip-shaped cups intensify the aromas. The material of the cup can also have an effect on temperature stability.
We don’t assume that you would reach for a plastic glass when brewing your coffee, but whether you’re brewing a filter coffee or a latte, carefully selecting the optimal material for your chosen beverage can improve your experience.
Visual appeal, sleek, elegant, and attractive
Don’t retain heat as well as ceramic cups
Affordable but less durable
Can trap unpleasant flavors over time, bad for the environment
Indestructible, easy to clean, retains heat well
Can produce a metallic taste, and absorb odors from coffee over time
Inexpensive, lightweight, retains heat well
Environmentally-friendly and non-porous