03 Sep 2017
Today, one way degassing valve takes you to know six different cups of coffee:
1.Standard coffee cups. This coffee cup can hold any kind of coffee. Standard coffee cup capacity is generally 120 to 140 ml.
2.Morning coffee cup. The capacity of this coffee cup is 160 to 180 ml, even larger than the standard coffee cup. This coffee cup capacity can let people drink coffee cheerfully, enjoying the unique taste of coffee.
3.Small coffee cups. Small coffee cup capacity is generally 60 to 80 ml. This coffee cup is often used in the bitter Italian espresso. Some people like to enjoy a little coffee with this cup after dinner.
4.French Oulei bowl. This kind of Oulei coffee cup, no design handle. French Oulei bowl can be carried about 300 ml of coffee, is the largest coffee cup.
5.Medium and small coffee cup. This coffee cup can generally be loaded with 80 to 100 ml of coffee. It is used for espresso espresso.
6.Mugs. The capacity of the mug is 180 to 250 ml. This cup is the largest in the coffee cup with the handle. This kind of coffee cup, usually in the taste of American coffee and other coffees with milder taste.
Studies have shown that the size of the coffee cup is an important factor affecting the taste of coffee. People who like to taste coffee, may wish to try the same kind of coffee into different sizes of coffee cups, respectively try the taste of coffee. I think there must be a big difference.
Originally published 03 Sep 2017, updated 03 Sep 2017.
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