What is the real difference between a coffee in a small cup and a Coffee in a large cup?

What is the real difference between a coffee in a small cup and a Coffee in a large cup?

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  1. Different coffee styles are served in different sized cups.
    A normal person couldn’t drink a 12 oz (350ml) cup of a proper espresso, it’s just to rich. A demitassese of French press coffee would just be a tease.
    Original question: What is the real difference between a coffee in a small cup and a Coffee in a large cup?

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  2. There are many differences if you are using different machines for making your cup of coffee.If the coffee is made from the same machine and poured into a big cup and a small cup.Then the real difference would be the caffeine content,the bigger the cup the higher the caffeine content.The smaller the cup the smaller the caffeine content.

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  3. Nothing. Of course, if you’re talking about different types of coffee like espresso and brewed coffee there are major differences. Espresso, for instance, is a stronger concentration of coffee

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  4. The ounces. A small hot is usually around 10oz, medium is 14–16oz, and a large is 20oz, xlarge is 24oz.
    Same goes for cold/iced/frozen beverages. 8oz for xsmall, 16oz for small, 24oz for medium, 32oz for large. There is usually not xlarge cold cups but some companies have them they’d be a 38oz or 40oz cup most likely though I’ve seen 64oz cups back in the early 2000s when portions weren’t being well regulated.
    The only thing that changes the amount of coffee you get from there is how much you put in for dairy/dairy substitutes, sweeteners, and flavor shots/flavor syrups and in cold beverages you have to account for usually 3/4 cup of cubed ice (it melts down a lot).

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