|Classic cafe-era styling makes this plastic tea and coffee cup a true favorite with our customers. Plus, it's conveniently stackable ... and you can pair with matching saucers -- saucers sold separately.
Plastic tea / coffee cup is 3.75" top dia, 2.25" tall
Holds 7.5-oz. to the rim
- Do not pour boiling liquids directly into cup.
- Durable, break & scratch-resistant melamine plastic
Dishwasher-safe, not recommended for microwave
FDA-approved food safe BPA-FREE plastic
Our Cafe Classics restaurant-quality melamine plastic dinnerware including plastic plates, bowls, platters and mugs are extra-durable -- practically unbreakable in our tests. Cafe Classics plastic dinnerware is great in the dishwasher, and the absolute best plastic tableware for use with sharp knives.
Best of all, Cafe Classics offers the look and feel of quality everyday china and stoneware -- with a durable enameled finish that you won't find in most other plastic tableware styles. Designed for restaurant and hospitality use (under the name SuperMel by GET), Cafe Classics is also ideal for busy homes, catering and more.
Enjoy Your for Plastic Glasses & Tableware For Years!
SAN Plastic Care Recommendations:
SAN plastic is a blend of acrylic and styrene that produces very durable break- and scratch-resistant food-safe drinkware and tableware. It's a popular plastic tableware choice for homes and restaurants alike!
SAN plastic tableware is designed for years of use in both commercial and residential dishwashers for water temperatures up to 150-degrees F. SAN plastic drinkware and dishes and will not cloud and craze like acrylic glasses.
A note for residential users...
EnergyStar-rated residential dishwashers feature water heating systems that can far exceed commercial temperatures and damage plastic drinkware. Please consult your dishwasher user's guide for a delicate/lower heat cycle to prevent damage to ALL plasticware.
SAN plastic tableware is microwave reheat-safe -- up to 2 minutes recommended.
Scratching and Wear:
SAN is not scratch-proof, but tends to be more scratch resistant than acrylic and polycarbonate plastic. SAN plastic dishes are not recommended for heavy use with knives. Melamine Plastic Dishes are ideal for heavy use with knives - see our Plastic Tableware section for several durable Melamine styles.