The Best Cappuccino Cups

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The Best Cappuccino Cups
Cappuccinos are served in small cups. (cappuccino; image by Charles Taylor from Fotolia.com)

Cappuccino is an Italian coffee made with equal parts espresso, hot milk and steamed milk froth, served in 128gr. to 2126gr. cups. Presentation is an important part of the art of cappuccino making, and skilled baristas often create artistic shapes, such as hearts or leaves, when pouring the milk into the beverage. Sipping your carefully crafted cappuccino from a high-end cup can help make your coffee consumption experience complete.

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Illy

Illy is a high-end Italian coffee brand offering coffee beans and coffee making accessories. This includes its Collection Cups, sets of six limited edition cups created by artisans such as Academy Award-winning Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar and renowned South African artist William Kentridge. The size and style of each set varies by designer, making each one a collector's item.

Artazza

Artazza is the exclusive North American retailer of Swiss-based Terra Keramik brand handcrafted tableware. The company's products include a collection of 142gr. cappuccino cups, accented in platinum, hand-signed by the artist and available in eight colours, including white, black, green and cobalt blue. Terra Keramik products are produced using renewable energy, energy-efficient clays, lead and cadmium-free glazes, and eco-friendly packaging.

Saeco

Saeco is an Italian brand known worldwide for its high-quality espresso machines. Saeco recently released a line of designer 170gr. cappuccino cups inspired by Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, created by German artist Jeanet Hönig. These porcelain cup sets are available for purchase at various kitchen and housewares stores.

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