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The collection includes plates, teacup and saucer, demitasse cup and saucer, breakfast cup and saucer, teapot, cream jug, sugar bowl, canister, coffee cup and saucer and sandwich tray.
Approximately the size of a demitasse, its core element is an egg-shell thin body that corresponds to the much refined porcelain of the conventional demitasse.
Over the last few years, it has also sparked the growth of related items like coffee mugs and demitasse cups.
Guests at the 60-seat New York craft cocktail bar Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog receive a demitasse cup of punch as they are seated.
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They're both quiet in the mornings, looking at each other with soft, tired eyes, then bowing their individual heads, Sarkis to his demitasse cup, Armen to his mug.
Dean's Seafood Grill & Bar has carefully selected Banfi wines to highlight the delicate and complex flavors of its dishes, including the San Angelo Pinot Grigio paired with a cucumber shrimp salad canape, and the Chardonnay accompanied by Tuna Tartare Demitasse with banana and shallot.
From her command post on a ritzy space station high up above 22nd-century Earth, a demitasse of espresso at her side, Delacourt doles out orders in a foreign but unrecognizable accent.
I particularly liked the mushroom soup served in a tiny demitasse cup, which was the most mushroomy mushroom soup I've ever had!
The captain was delicately holding a saucer while, like a hummingbird, sipping espresso from a tiny demitasse. It was the epitome of everything many dislike about the French.
I entered a very greasy little cafe where I was served a demitasse with a dash of milk that even had lipstick on it.
A demitasse of soup or ice fruit sorbet cleansed the taste buds before the main course.
Brougher described the meal the first complete course dinner that he had had in two and half years of captivity as "soup, fish, meatball, macaroni and tomato sauce, cauliflower, corn-starched pudding and demitasse coffee!" See James (ed.), op.cit., entry for 11 October 1944, p.
We perch on high stools in the receding light of the late afternoon, drinking espresso from white porcelain demitasse cups.
After a few more cycles, the strong, bitter brew is poured into tiny demitasse cups.
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