I spent last week in Tokyo and the Starbucks there -- and there are a lot of them (238 in all, making the city with the most Starbucks of any in the world) -- offered four sizes: short, tall, grande, and venti. See the picture. Starbucks in the US also four sizes, but they don't feature them on the menu. You have to know about the short to get it. Tim Harford pointed this out a few years ago in a great article in Slate he telling called, "Starbucks Economics." (Here is the link, http://www.slate.com/id/2133754). As my trip reminded me, this is the perfect for a cup of coffee. It stays hot. Too bad, Starbucks' sizing rules -- and not just at Starbucks -- but also at independents. We need more short cups. I drink mostly drip coffee, but the short, is the perfect size for a cappuccino -- just enough espresso, not too much milk to overwhelm the coffee.