Different styles of beer, wine, and bourbon are best if served in an appropriate glass, so it stands to reason that there would be similar effects with coffee.
It's really interesting opinion, I'll try and share my thoughts hereDoc Dan wrote: ↑Mon Mar 08, 2021 10:51 pmHave you ever noticed that coffee and tea have more flavor and taste better out of some cups than others? I used to think it was my imagination, but I did a side by side comparison with some Hull Ovenproof mugs I got from my grandparents and several modern mugs. The Hull made the coffee taste noticeably better.
I do not know if it is the shape of the cup that matters or what, but in my experience it is true that some cups just make things taste better.
What do you all think?
Most orange-red ceramics from the first half of the 20th century were colored with uranium oxide and were quite radioactive. I'm not saying it did or did not pose a health hazard, but you could pour your coffee first thing in the morning and it would still be hot at quitting time.
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