Hario 3oz Shot Glass
Hario 3oz Shot Glass
Hario 3oz Shot Glass

Hario 3oz Shot Glass

SGS-80

$6.99 USD Regular price
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  • Description
  • Specs
  • Method
  • Made from high quality Hario heat-resistant glass, this 80ml capacity shot glass is perfect for measuring out shots on your espresso machine. Graduated markings measure volume up to 2oz.

    • High quality Hario heat resistant glass
    • Dishwasher safe
    • Holds 3oz/80ml of liquid
    • Made in Japan
  • Method Coming Soon

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
89%
(8)
11%
(1)
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A
A.
Solid

Solid, minimalistic shot glass. You won't be disappointed.

B
B.
Must Have Shot Glass.

If you're pulling espresso shots then you need two of these for your set-up. Accurate and clear measurements.

T
T.M.
Great for precise measurements

The shot glass itself is great for pulling shots. The measurements on the side is great for amount precision. The whole thing is great for tweaking your shots from timing, amount, and taste.

J
J.S.
Hario Kampai!!

I ordered two (2) Hario shot glasses. They are a good thickness and weight. Very sturdy and should stand up to daily use in the home. There are measurement markings on the side so you can easily measure out your shots if you don’t have a scale.

J
J.
Good, cost effective Alternative to a Scale

Coming from predominantly brewing pour overs, I'm just beginning my espresso journey. I started off brewing with my American Weigh 2kg scale under the porta filter but the combination of the occasional leakage from the group head and moist steamy air coming up from the drip tray made it malfunction after pulling a couple shots (It's since dried out and is fine). My Acaia Pearl is far too large to go under the group head and I'm not prepared to drop another few hundred on a Lunar. Enter this lovely little shot glass. It might not be as accurate as a scale, but it's good enough for my purposes. I can get pretty good idea of the grounds in, coffee out ratio by weighing my ground beans before hand and then watching the espresso rise in this glass. Echoing what another user said, I do wish it was maybe a little wider at the mouth, but for $8 I can't complain. Would definitley buy again and might buy a second to keep on hand in case I ever drop my first one. Although, it is quite heavy with thick walls so would likely stand up to a small drop.

A
A.G.
Very useful for training purpose.

It tends to be a bit messy when used with a bottomless filter as it's diameter is so small but I like the fact it doesn't take much space and it's graduated. I rarely use them now but it's cheap enough to be worth having just a pair for split shots. I really suggest though not to put them on top of ur machine for pre-heating as this glass stays pretty hot for a very long time so unless you like a ridiculously hot espresso, I wouldn't do it. The glass is hot enough already from just having the espresso inside and it doesn't get cold as porcelin as fast.

T
T.P.
Best espresso glasses

These are top notch espresso measurement glasses. Thick and pretty sturdy

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
89%
(8)
11%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
A.
Solid

Solid, minimalistic shot glass. You won't be disappointed.

B
B.
Must Have Shot Glass.

If you're pulling espresso shots then you need two of these for your set-up. Accurate and clear measurements.

T
T.M.
Great for precise measurements

The shot glass itself is great for pulling shots. The measurements on the side is great for amount precision. The whole thing is great for tweaking your shots from timing, amount, and taste.

J
J.S.
Hario Kampai!!

I ordered two (2) Hario shot glasses. They are a good thickness and weight. Very sturdy and should stand up to daily use in the home. There are measurement markings on the side so you can easily measure out your shots if you don’t have a scale.

J
J.
Good, cost effective Alternative to a Scale

Coming from predominantly brewing pour overs, I'm just beginning my espresso journey. I started off brewing with my American Weigh 2kg scale under the porta filter but the combination of the occasional leakage from the group head and moist steamy air coming up from the drip tray made it malfunction after pulling a couple shots (It's since dried out and is fine). My Acaia Pearl is far too large to go under the group head and I'm not prepared to drop another few hundred on a Lunar. Enter this lovely little shot glass. It might not be as accurate as a scale, but it's good enough for my purposes. I can get pretty good idea of the grounds in, coffee out ratio by weighing my ground beans before hand and then watching the espresso rise in this glass. Echoing what another user said, I do wish it was maybe a little wider at the mouth, but for $8 I can't complain. Would definitley buy again and might buy a second to keep on hand in case I ever drop my first one. Although, it is quite heavy with thick walls so would likely stand up to a small drop.

A
A.G.
Very useful for training purpose.

It tends to be a bit messy when used with a bottomless filter as it's diameter is so small but I like the fact it doesn't take much space and it's graduated. I rarely use them now but it's cheap enough to be worth having just a pair for split shots. I really suggest though not to put them on top of ur machine for pre-heating as this glass stays pretty hot for a very long time so unless you like a ridiculously hot espresso, I wouldn't do it. The glass is hot enough already from just having the espresso inside and it doesn't get cold as porcelin as fast.

T
T.P.
Best espresso glasses

These are top notch espresso measurement glasses. Thick and pretty sturdy

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