I'm constantly struggling to perfect my pasta sauces because it's impossible to set aside the right amount of pasta water. Not to mention, it's also boiling hot by the time I need to pour it into a container. Solving for this — and several other kitchen concerns I've dealt with — are a set of new temperature-tolerant (and adorable) measuring cups from Great Jones.
The company that's known for bright and bold kitchen accessories and top-quality cookware with iconic punny names has released its new Beyond Measure cups, and they are no exception to the brand's legacy. They're the cutest measuring cups I've ever seen and coordinate perfectly with the brand's other products.
Personally, I have the Blueberry and Taffy cup on my wish list, which is an adorable pastel pink and blue tinted glass reminiscent of the colorful martini and wine glasses we've seen in celebrity kitchens like Florence Pugh's.
The Beyond Measure cups come in 2-cup and 4-cup sizes for $35 and $45 each, and if you just can't decide, the cups also come in a bundle that saves you $10. I know this sounds like a splurge for a measuring cup, but hear me out: Great Jones has thought of everything with these.
Great Jones' new measuring cups
Features of Great Jones' new measuring cups
The cups are made of borosilicate glass, which makes them much more durable and able to withstand extreme temperatures (so yes, you can measure boiling water or hot broth without stressing).
They also have stylish yet functional handles and a well-designed spout for effortless pouring and serving. My personal favorite feature is its multiple units of measurement. If you're living abroad and constantly having to ask Siri for conversions like I am, this is a certified lifesaver.
The new collection also includes an olive oil spout in Blueberry or Broccoli to make salad prep much more appealing. Unsurprisingly, it's already sold out, but get yourself onto the waitlist ASAP.
The Beyond Measure cups are all currently available for pre-order, and will ship to your kitchen in mid-March.