Why are tea cups thin?
Porcelain cups typically are narrow at the bottom and widen out at the top; this enables a better balance between heat retention and expansion of the aroma of the tea.
How many cups is a regular coffee mug?
As Bill Wright noted in his thorough answer to this question, there isn't a firm standard for size of a “cup” of coffee. A standard fluid cup of liquid is 8 oz.; if I were measuring with that, the above mug would be something over 2 cups. Most coffeemakers use 5–6 fluid oz.
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What size is a regular coffee cup?
A customary "cup" of coffee in the U.S. is usually 4 fluid ounces (118 mL), brewed using 5 fluid ounces (148 mL) of water.
How many ounces is a standard coffee mug?
A mug is a type of cup typically used for drinking hot beverages, such as coffee, hot chocolate, soup, or tea. Mugs usually have handles and hold a larger amount of fluid than other types of cup. Usually a mugholds approximately 8-12 US fluid ounces (350 ml) of liquid; double a tea
How long can I expect to get the sample?
After you pay the sample charge and send us confirmed files, the samples will be ready for delivery in 6-8 days. The samples will be sent to you via express and arrive in 3-5 workdays.
Can you match a specific color for the glaze on the mugs I am ordering?
Sorry, we cannot guarantee a perfect color match with our glazes due to the limited amount of glaze colors we have as well as the variation in the way our glazes can look on the final product due to the forces of mother nature.