COMMON CUP SIZES & USAGE
Our cup sizes are regulated by the US Dept. of Weights and Measures. The cup size indicates the amount of liquid if filled to the brim (not including ice). Stated ounces from the manufacturer are intended to show approximate volume and are not an implied guarantee of exact volume.
All measuring cups measure differently and are only accurate to a certain degree so measuring cups at home may measure differently than manufacturers measuring devices.
We recommend ordering larger than you think you need.8 oz - (very small) often used for tastings, cider, ice cream or children's parties
9 oz - (wine) - smallest recommended for wine
10 oz - wine
12 oz - small mixed & signature drinks
14 oz - mixed & signature drinks
16 oz - beer, soft drinks, tea
20 oz - beer, soft drinks, tea
22 oz - beer, soft drinks, tea, water
Often used for children's parties but perfect for any casual event.
Our #1 style for weddings and showers. This is a perfect alternative to glassware.
Most popular for beer, but insulated for both cold and warm drinks.
CLEAR HARD PLASTIC
These clear, sturdy plastic cups are perfect for cocktails or wine and are a great alternative to glassware.