Rhino Shot Glass with Spouts and Handle Reviews

4.52 Rating 25 Reviews
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About Coffee Hit Ltd:

I started Coffee Hit in 2008, when I was always buying cool coffee gear from USA and Australia as it was not availble in the UK. I wanted great coffee for my customers and at home!
I wanted to help cafes and people make great coffee at home. I wanted to show people it didnt need to be expensive and great coffee can be fun and simple.

But if your like me you like to geek out a bit and we also have some really cool coffee brewing gear for my fellow coffee geeks.

We have the solutions for you to make great coffee at home or in the cafe.

Enjoy!
Paul, Owner

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Phone:

0207 635 6247

Location:

4 Sandpit Road, Dartford,

Len S
Delighted with these, I have been on the lookout for something like these for ages. They came quickly by post, well packaged. They add the finishing touch to my coffee machine, would recommend.
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Posted 5 days ago
William H
This is really handy for home coffee preparation but the markings washed off when this went through the dishwasher on normal cycle. Coffee Hit sent a replacement
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Posted 1 month ago
Sian H
Every measure you will ever need it caters for, cute little thing too. Even if you don't have a coffee machine, it's a really useful cup for all sorts of things.
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Posted 4 months ago
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Posted 4 months ago
James S
Handy for pouring shots of espresso into larger cups. Wide enough to accommodate a shot from my double-spouted portafilter. Shallow enough to fit under the portafilter of my Gaggia Classic. Would have been 5* but the etching was a bit untidy in places. Still pleased with it overall.
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Posted 7 months ago
Thomas C
Excellent espresso measure. Spouts and handle very useful for pouring.
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Posted 10 months ago
David M
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I purchased a Rhinoware dual spout measure recently which has taken the guess work out of extract volume. Being new to home barista I'm experimenting with bean grind size against volume and time, all this looks a bit nerdy however when the mix is right, the coffee's spot on. This well made little extract measure is a welcome addition to my ever growing coffee brewing must haves, give it a go, you won't be disappointed.
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Posted 1 year ago
Alan G
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I was guessing how much coffee I was getting with my espresso cups. Now I know exactly what I'm getting so I can dial in properly now. I have to hold it still to start with sometimes as it can vibrate across the surface.
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Posted 1 year ago