Maybe this question is ridiculous, but when you buy a set of dinnerware, and it comes with a cup and saucer instead of a mug, can you still use them for coffee? I know I CAN, but SHOULD I? For instance, if I'm hosting a dinner and want to use my nice dishes, will I look ridiculous serving coffee in a teacup? I ask this because in the particular set I have (the Mikasa Italian Countryside) the teacups are significantly smaller than the mugs (which I do not own).
I don't know many people who drink tea after their meal, so I'm not sure why all these companies still insist on including teacups and saucers in their sets instead of just coffee mugs. Or are they supposed to both be used for coffee and I just haven't been let in on this secret?
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