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- Graduated marks read in ounces and milliliters for all your measuring needs
- These voluminous shot glasses are wonderful for long pours
- Can be used for measuring flavors for specialty drinks
- Ounces are marked at every 0.5oz
- Milliliters are marked at every 10ml
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I read the other one star review about this issue but I decided to give it a shot anyhow. I carefully hand washed with liquid soap after each use, no brushes or scrubby sponges. It doesn't matter, the white paint comes right off on your fingers as you handle the glass. I think the issue is the paint they used can't take the heat. Curious since it is Espresso Supply's logo glass.... what else would we use it for, mixed drinks? Of course it will be exposed to hot water. It is a nice thick shot glass, no worries about the glass breaking when exposed to hot water. If only the lines didn't rub right off it would be perfect.
The glass will be worthless after a few more uses. The 1/2 ounce mark and the 10, 20, and 30 milliliter lines were gone -after just TEN days. More are gone now. I took pictures on the 10th day and uploaded them but Amazon has since removed customer images. Click on my name and then the images tab to view the photos. I considered using a cutting disc on my dremel to scratch marks where the rest of the lines are before they disappear. I shouldn't have to do that.
They put their name and Logo on something this cheap?! To add salt to the wound I used their "contact us" form on their website two weeks ago and I have not heard a peep from them. I won't be giving them any more business.
I have all sorts of calibrated shot glasses (too small) and several glass measuring cups including Pyrex and Fire-King (too large) and the marks and text have managed to stay on those glasses for 20 years. Making paint stick to glass is a lost art?Read more ›
I like it so much, I decided to buy a few more but I also decided to check prices directly from Expresso Supply. They sell them for #3.25 each versus $19.95 from Amazon. I bought five from Expresso with shipping the total bill was $24.80.
Buyer beware, Amazon Prime is a convenient way to buy but it has a serious price issue. In this case the purchase via Amazon Prime for five glasses would have been 402% higher which does not include the annual membership fee pro-rated for this purchase.
And I have an easy $1500 in coffee gear, and paid $50 for a tamper, so I know how to waste money.
Given how often my tacky, but unbreakable, Oxo plastic jigger goes tumbling,
There really are no decent 3-4 oz nice graduated glasses
Rattleware makes inexpensive utilitarian stuff. and I love the guys at Espresso Parts
Shot glasses are a silly and dramatic workaround,
needed mostly for the even sillier double spout.
Baristas use stainless so they can toss it into the sink without breaking.
Really, what American drinks a single shot espresso?
What does the splitter spout actually do ?
The main advantage is a single shot spout is harder to tamp, and falls over if set down.
Ah , Italian engineers. Such great problem solvers.
Team that with Chinese glass makers and stand back
So where is a durable, attractive , short, widemouthed graduated 3 oz vessel for the gazillion espresso machines out there?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Use them daily. Maybe a little tall, but dish-wash them on the regular and no problems in 6 months +.Published 7 months ago by gingerobson
Great until the measurement markings faded. Otherwise, perfect if you can use your photographic memory to remember where the numbers used to be.Published 11 months ago by William Cobbett
Very sturdy espresso glass. I have had one for 6 years or so, and the markings are still almost completely intact after thousands of washings. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Bradley Smith
I've purchased 2 of these to measure amounts of creamers and flavors for class. Great stuffPublished 13 months ago by Ben O.