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    sometimes I use that one:
    ECM S-Automatik 64 - Espressokvarnar - Kvarnar - Kaffecompagniet.se
    only on speczal days, mostly these:
    tazzine d'autore - S.Chia 1997

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    Quote Originally Posted by flynnaus View Post
    These are my beauties:
    Beautiful Flynn, tried to buy a set a few years back, it all got too hard.

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    The colours on these are beautiful. Even the black and the white ones look spectacular.
    I have noticed some hairline cracks on the inside of the Yellow one and I have been wondering whether it could be from repeatedly filling them from cold with water straight from the Group to warm them up pre-pour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post
    Beautiful Flynn, tried to buy a set a few years back, it all got too hard.
    If you google "terra keramik" the top result is an Australian website offering them for $40/45 espresso/cappuccino.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spin_addict View Post
    Wedgwood night and day cups. Nice and thin, IMO gives a better mouth feel. About 180ml capacity. I also have Japanese double walled titanium cups too.
    Spin addict, what do you think of the double walled titanium? Any flavour? Might be just the thing for bushwalking

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    Quote Originally Posted by level3ninja View Post
    If you google "terra keramik" the top result is an Australian website offering them for $40/45 espresso/cappuccino.
    Thanks Ninja - I have done a few searches and identified this site but was unsure whether it was related to one that gave some of us a fair bit of grief some years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 338 View Post
    Spin addict, what do you think of the double walled titanium? Any flavour? Might be just the thing for bushwalking
    The double walled titanium ones I have are great because they are different but my wife uses them mostly for tea. They are lovely and light, great to touch and don't impart any taste whatsoever. The main issue with them is price; the ones I have are over $200 per cup

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    Wow! $200 per cup is definitely an issue for my modest budget. Thanks for the reply, they sound fabulous and best news is no taste. I googled double walled titanuim when I initially read your post and the first page is brand for bushwalking ranging from $40 to $60, also made in Japan. I think I will try one after your response.

    If anyone is interested it seems all larger Bodum dealers have specials on at the moment, my wife picked up 8 for the price of 6 Bodum Pavoni yesterday for $70

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    Finally got to use my cups from Antony. These cups are a beaut, and are very consistent between each cup.
    Originally I wanted the black cups, but the handle area remains white.
    I opted for the gold rimmed ones and they are just so elegant.

    I don't think I'll do a bounce test just yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 338 View Post
    Wow! $200 per cup is definitely an issue for my modest budget. Thanks for the reply, they sound fabulous and best news is no taste. I googled double walled titanuim when I initially read your post and the first page is brand for bushwalking ranging from $40 to $60, also made in Japan. I think I will try one after your response.

    If anyone is interested it seems all larger Bodum dealers have specials on at the moment, my wife picked up 8 for the price of 6 Bodum Pavoni yesterday for $70
    There are lots of options other than what we have, the ones we got were particularly special in terms of manufacturing process and finish, doesn't make them better, just different. - i tried to find our ones and they don't seem to be available, we purchased whilst in Japan.

    Horie is the brand that's easy to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charzy View Post
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    Finally got to use my cups from Antony. These cups are a beaut, and are very consistent between each cup.
    Originally I wanted the black cups, but the handle area remains white.
    I opted for the gold rimmed ones and they are just so elegant.

    I don't think I'll do a bounce test just yet.

    Great looking cups charzy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charzy View Post
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    Finally got to use my cups from Antony. These cups are a beaut, and are very consistent between each cup.
    Originally I wanted the black cups, but the handle area remains white.
    I opted for the gold rimmed ones and they are just so elegant.

    I don't think I'll do a bounce test just yet.
    and yes it is real gold!

    More of our range here:

    d'Ancap Italian porcelain cups

    Cheers

    Antony

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    Charzy very nice cups - simple and good taste

    Spin Addict thanks for the brand, just googled them and they have some amazing products, from simple to unusual. I am sure your set would be a fantastic reminder of a trip to Japan.
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