The Difference Between Coffee Cup And Teacup
The difference between coffee cup and teacup
For coffee cups, some people like to use the pottery cups to hold the masculine deep-roasted coffee. However, the average person still uses a porcelain cup to interpret the fineness of coffee.
Most people who are new to coffee often confuse coffee cups and red cups when choosing a cup. In general, in order to make the fragrance of black tea spread out, and to enjoy the color of black tea, the cup bottom is shallow, the cup mouth is wide, and the light transmittance is also high. The coffee cup has a narrow mouth, a thicker material, and a lower light transmission.
Coffee cups generally have two kinds of ceramic cups and porcelain cups. In recent years, the concept of coffee must be hot and popular. In order to match this concept, the cup maker developed a pottery cup with a thermal insulation effect and a better bone china cup than a porcelain cup. Using this bone china cup containing 25% animal bone powder, the texture is light, the light transmission is strong, the color is soft, the density is high, and the heat preservation property is good, so that the coffee can be lowered in the cup more slowly. However, since the price of the bone china cup is much more expensive than that of the ceramic cup and the porcelain cup, it is rarely used by ordinary families, and it can only be seen in a more elegant coffee shop.
In addition, the color of the coffee cup is also very important.
The color of the coffee is clear amber, so in order to express this characteristic of coffee, it is best to use a white coffee cup in the cup. Some manufacturers have neglected this problem by applying various colors to the cup and even depicting detailed patterns. This may improve the viewing of the cup when placed, but it is often difficult to distinguish the completion of the coffee brewing and the quality of the coffee by the color of the coffee.
When purchasing a coffee cup, you can choose according to the type of coffee and the method of drinking, and personal preference and drinking occasions. Since personal preferences and drinking occasions depend on each other's situation, I only provide a few choices on the type of coffee and the method of drinking.
In general, pottery cups are suitable for deep-boiled coffee with a strong taste, while porcelain cups are suitable for coffee with a lighter taste. In addition, drinking Espresso generally uses a dedicated coffee cup of 100CC or less. When you drink a latte with a high proportion of milk, a lady's coffee, etc., you can use a mug without a cup holder. In addition to the appearance of the cup, it depends on whether it is easy to pick up and whether the weight is suitable. In terms of weight, it is better to use a lighter cup. The texture of the cup is fine and the texture is fine. The raw material of the coffee cup is fine, so the cup surface is tight and the gap is small, so that the coffee scale is not easily attached to the cup surface.
As for the cleaning of the coffee cup, it is generally necessary to rinse with water immediately after drinking the coffee. The long-term use and the coffee scale on the surface of the coffee cup that cannot be washed out in time can be soaked and descaled by lemon juice. If it is not thoroughly cleaned, it can also be cleaned with a neutral dishwashing solution on a sponge. But don't use a hard brush. Also do not use a strong acid and alkali cleaning solution to avoid scratching the coffee cup.