Set of four 3.5 oz. espresso cups measuring 2.75"diameter x 2.5"h. Made with durable tempered glass, these cups offer a sleek, contemporary way to serve and enjoy rich espresso. The dishwasher-safe, stainless steel handle separates from the glass for easy cleanup. Made in Italy by Bormiolo Rocco, glassware experts since 1825. Stainless steel separates from the glass for easy washing. Tempered Glass - perfect for hot drinks. 3 1/2 -Ounce capacity Made in Spain The tradition of the Bormioli Rocco Glass Company coincides with the very history of glass: the first glassworks was established in Parma in 1825. Bormioli Rocco uses the finest natural resources to create superior glass and plastic products for homes and businesses around the world. From the finest sand imported from European countries to organic glazes for the colors in the glass, all are brought together in products influenced by exhaustive design research. Over the years we have combined our time-honored craftsmanship and the passion of master glassmakers with modern technology and industrial processes. The results are beautiful and durable tableware, supremely safe pharmaceutical packaging, and bottles and jars that hold some of Italy's most iconic and delectable brands. With stemware, glasses, food storage and preserving jars, and dinnerware gracing tables around the world, quality is the cornerstone in the foundation that supports the Bormioli Rocco reputation.
These glass espresso cups are actually a bit nicer than I was expecting. They have a nice heavy feel to them, but not overly so - just a good solid, well made feel. I was a little worried the wire handles might feel cheap, but that's not the case at all. The handles feel and look good and match the overall weight of the glass, etc.They are a hair large for single or even double shots of espresso, but not overly so. I think if you are having a bit of milk in your shot - or something along those lines - t..
These cups are awesome because the metal base and handle detach from the glass, allowing you to position the handle at any angle around the glass itself. This is great for left-handed people who are normally forced to use right-handed mugs.