Coffee Lingo: Demitasse

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Demitasse: (n.) what is this, a coffee cup for ants?!

A demitasse (French for “half cup”) is simply a fancy word for a small coffee used to serve espresso or Turkish coffee. We also use them for our single-shot macchiatos. Often accompanied by a small plate and spoon, demitasses generally hold 2 to 3 fluid ounces, and they’re really fun because you feel like a giant drinking coffee. Do giants drink coffee? Whatever.

2 Comments on Coffee Lingo: Demitasse

  1. Demitasse French for one sip of coffee

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  2. davidmilkfrotherjudge2015 // October 23, 2015 at 5:41 am // Reply

    Actually, it is very much true that one feels like a giant sipping coffee out of the cup or I shall say managing to sip coffee out of a small cup. I generally go for a demitasse when I feel the urge for a cup of hard black coffee.

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