"Nice product. At last I can choose whether to have a large or small nightcap. Nicely made. Delivery was prompt and buying process no fuss."
George Rankin - East Sussex, 30th October '13
"This measure cup is brilliant as it shows values in ounces, tbsps and ml. So no matter where your recipe comes from you can get the quantities right. Good quality and very easy to use since the indentations are inside and out. No excuses for being heavy handed now."
Sue Macdonald - Bournemouth, 17th February '13
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"This cup is a great idea, but when you're trying to serve cocktails and struggling to see the liquid measure up to the right mark/indent it's frustrating and doesn't make you look smart. If it was made out of quality glass, with markings I think it would be far easier to use. Perhaps it takes getting used to, but I think glass would be better."
Daniel - London, 26th February '12
"I usually go for a straight 25ml/50ml jigger, which is good both for ml and oz (approximate, of course, but close enough).
But a few recipes have funky measures, like 15ml, 35ml, and so... this cup is a lifesaver! Bigger than expected, and extra useful!"
Emanuele Sacchi - Italy, 24th January '12
"This spirit measure cup was perfect for serving up a variety of cocktails. Many recipes come with different measure requirements and this covers all the main ones.
Cole - Leamington Spa, 11th January '12
"Really great measurer, displays ounces which is why I bought it, very happy with it."
Adam - Dorset, 16th August '11
"Tired of having to convert cocktails recipes from ml to oz, etc? Well now no need as this measuring cup has multiple measuring levels in different units. Superb."
Geoff - Newcastle, 17th April '11
"Bigger than it looks in the picture - larger than an eggcup.
Half-ounces are the primary measurement unit. The metric values given are: 15ml, 20ml, 30ml, 45ml, 60ml, 75ml. With the exception of 20ml, these are just the half-ounce measures converted to ml rounded to the nearest multiple of 5. It's a shame that you can't measure a shot (25ml) without interpolating by eye - I'd have preferred 12.5ml, 25ml, 37.5 etc. This limits its usefulness somewhat - you'll want to keep a normal 25ml/50ml jigger to hand as well. Still, it's fine for measuring in tablespoons."
Ryan - Hertfordshire, 16th March '11
"Two measurement systems, very practical."
Ronald Roch - Belgium, 15th June '10