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Cypress Sake Cups (Set of Two)

Cypress cups 8 gw t8mm8a

Made from 100% Japanese cypress.

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Cypress cups 1 gw tjsicd

Each cup has a .5 oz capacity.

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Cypress cups 5 gw rfokum

Interior dimensions of the cups are 3.5cm from the base to rim.

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Cypress cups 6 gw ztyrgl

Exterior dimensions of the cups are 6cm x 4cm.

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Cypress Sake Cups (Set of Two)

Machine-cut and hand-finished from Japanese cypress, and branded on the base with our favorite toast, "Stay Sharp", the Best Made Sake Cups are our tribute to impeccable Japanese hospitality.

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Machine-cut and hand-finished from Japanese cypress, and branded on the base with our favorite toast, "Stay Sharp", the Best Made Sake Cups are our tribute to impeccable Japanese hospitality.

Story

Over the years we've developed several rewarding partnerships with Japanese manufacturers, which we feel is well worth celebrating. We designed the Cypress Sake Cups in honor of the evenings spent at the izakaya (local pub) after a full day of collaboration with legendary craftspeople. This particular collaboration is with a cookware manufacturer in Aomori, who historically made handles for carving tools and has an unmatched prowess on the wood lathe. Machine-cut and hand-finished from Japanese cypress, the Cypress Sake Cups carry the lively scent of conifers - a pleasant addition to any sake, gin, or whiskey of choice. Branded on the base with our favorite toast, "Stay Sharp", the Cypress Sake Cups are our tribute to impeccable Japanese hospitality.

Do not leave liquid in a cup for long - drink up!

Specs
  • Exterior dimensions: 6cm x 4cm
  • Interior dimensions: 3.5cm base to rim
  • .5 oz capacity each
  • Branded "Best Made Stay Sharp"
Materials
  • 100% Japanese cypress
Origin
  • Made in Japan
Care
  • Do not oil, store in a dry, dark area
  • Hand wash only, let air dry
  • Do not leave liquid in a cup for long - drink up!
In The Field

British Columbia, Canada. Fall, 2016. Photo by Christina Holmes.