An Espresso serving where the cup has a great fit to the Espresso. Certain brands go for small and fat cups, where this is an example of a taller and more slim cup.
The smaller diameter leaves more depth to the crema as prefered by some. I am personally more to the less tall and slightly bigger surfaces of an Espresso.
A small cup can carry a special handle - and this is a very nice example where the handle is shaped with edges. This works very well for a solid 2-finger grip, which is enough to hold this small cup.
Espressos are short and don't work as long-drinks. Correspondingly, heat protection is less important, and the cup here does not offer the best heat prevention.
All in all a nice and smooth surface in line with what you normally expect from a cup from Cup & Saucer.
The porcelain feels nice, yet I personally felt that the very small diameter of the cup made it almost too small for a pleasant drinking experience.
The review was done on 9 November 2019 at Le Virage in Martigny, Switzerland.