A typical cup of coffee has a volume of 6 ounces.
How big is a cup that holds 16 ounces?
Rather than a physical cup's capacity, this is a measurement of brewed coffee. In a typical coffee maker, one "cup" is equal to six ounces. Moreover, it is based on the ideal ratio for a good cup of coffee.
People who grew up with Starbucks' size may have been unaware. Surely 8 oz. isn't too much weight.?
Do you like the 20 ounce tumbler? Below are some of our favorite Starbucks drinkware sizes, as well as an explanation in Starbucks slang for each one:
Eight ounces is the Starbucks "short" size. Starbucks has stopped selling this cup size due to a lack of demand.
A spoon in their mugs begs the question of whether an 8 oz. mug is big enough for us. Those who serve oatmeal and baby food prefer mugs over cups, so keep this in mind when designing your campaign.
The oatmeal eaters and baby food servers in your target market may benefit from an 8-ounce mug, even though we sell them without the spoon.
A "tall" cup from Starbucks is the same size as a mug that holds 12 ounces of liquid. In spite of its name, the "tall" size is the smallest of the three sizes that are most frequently requested by customers.
Starbucks' "venti" size coffee is the same as a 20-ounce cup. If you want your mug to stand out from the rest of the options in your kitchen, go with a 20-ounce capacity. When you get this mug in its deluxe size, you're sending a clear statement that you take your coffee or tea very seriously.
Depending on what type of coffee you prefer, the size of the cup you get may be affected. With espresso-based drinks, the ratio of coffee to milk as well as the type of milk can determine which cup to use depending on the volume needed.
Small cups or glasses are used to serve espresso, which is the smallest of the coffees. For those who prefer their coffee in a single or double shot, they can be sipped quickly for a concentrated dose of caffeine.
There are a number of coffees that share the same cup size outside of the espresso. When it comes to cup sizes.
The size of the cup you receive depends on the sort of coffee you prefer or pick. If you are making an espresso-based drink, the type of milk you use, as well as the amount of coffee, can affect which cup to use.
If you're looking for something little, you'll want to opt for an espresso. If sipped quickly in the Italian style, they provide a strong dose of coffee and caffeine. They are available in single or double shot formats.
When it comes to cup sizes outside of the espresso, things get more complicated. To elaborate, I've compiled a list of the most popular cup sizes for each sort of coffee, which we use as a guide in our cafe.
Other Questions about Coffee
Questions not about coffee (but important to coffee)
OCM (OnCoffeeMakers.com) was started in 2007 with the first webpage about coffee machines. And for a number of years, we focused on helping people find their desired coffee machine (we still are helping folks with that! So, if you are looking for coffee machines for office or restaurants - check out the link).
In 2010, we started getting enquiries on restaurant marketing and we start to help food and beverage brands with their marketing. Below are campaigns and events that we have done over the years:
OCM's campaigns: F&B Marketing Ideas by OCM
OCM's Events: F&B Industry events by or with OCM
Check out this restaurant marketing guide to learn more about the many campaigns and companies we have worked with.
Since then, we have also created many marketing workshops and classes for the F&B industry. Many of these modules are still running in tertiary institutions such as Temasek Polytechnic Skillsfuture Academy and also ITE College East COC classes, below are some snippets of our lectures and workshops:
OCM’s F&B workshops: Food and Beverage Marketing Lectures | Workshops - click to watch classes on customer journey map, JTBD and more.
So, if you are looking for industry practitioners to help you scale your coffee or F&B businesses, do drop us a message or book an appointment. Do also check out our various social media platforms on regular F&B and coffee market updates:
For regular coffee (F&B) related videos: OCM Youtube
For Daily Coffee Inspiration (fun coffee content): OCM IG
For insights into the coffee (F&B) industry: OCM LinkedIN
PS: For the coffee lovers, we continue to share coffee articles (and videos) and have also started a free coffee class section (with free online coffee training supported by coffee partners).