- 6 cups
Carracci Cappuccino cup
Meseta and Carracci offer you a large and varied assortment of different-sized coffee cups, conceived and designed to enhance the pleasures of your espressos, cappuccinos or American coffees. Perhaps not everyone knows that the ideal way to savour all the subtle joys of coffee is to drink it in a white ceramic cup that provides the perfect visual presentation while also making the very most of its fragrances and flavours.
Capsule House will offer you a fascinating range of related products:
Ceramic Coffee Cups and saucers, with Meseta and Carracci, brand logos on the front. Available in six-packs, these will provide you with the best possible way to savour our coffees. If you desire different and more refined lines, the Carracci cup is also available in a tapered version with a higher rim.
Ceramic Cappuccino Cups and Saucers, from both the Meseta and Carracci brands, with their logos on the front. Perfect for coffee devotees who like to begin the day with something more than a normal simple coffee, the cappuccino cups also come in packs of six.
Both brands also propose their versions of coffee glasses, offering an on-trend format for a chic coffee. Both show their respective brand names on the front.
Meseta Mugs, ideal for bringing out the best from long American-style coffees, coffee with milk or cups of tea. Meseta offers four mugs dedicated to four magnificent Italian cities: Bologna, home of Meseta coffee, Modena, Ferrara and Florence.
Each mug is decorated in a way that evokes the city inspiring it. The Bologna mug features the Two Towers, the Basilica of San Petronio, the Fountain of Neptune and the portico leading up to San Luca. The Modena mug shows the Cathedral, the famous Ghirlandina bell tower, the Ducal Palace, home to the Military Academy and, of course, a Ferrari car. The Florence (or Firenze) mug shows the Cathedral, The Uffizi Portico with its famed statues, Palazzo Vecchio and the Ponte Vecchio bridge across the Arno. Finally, Ferrara is personified by the Cathedral of St. George, the Estense Castle and the Statue of Savonarola, in the Square named after him.