• Some coffees may look the same but definitely are different in taste.
• Espresso + vanilla ice cream.
• It is considered as a drink and a dessert too.
• Place of origin: Italy.
• Espresso + lemon
3.Espresso con panna
(It means espresso with cream in Italian)
• Espresso + whipped cream.
• Espresso + milk + chocolate + sometimes whipped cream, depending on the café.
• Other names: Mochaccino.
• Fun fact: The Mocha coffee beans were named for the port of Mocha (Al Mokha) in Yemen, where the beans were shipped from.
• Espresso + hot water.
6. Flat white
• Two shots of Espresso + milk.
• It is comparable to a latte, but smaller in volume.
• Place of origin: Australia/New Zealand.
• It contains equal parts of espresso, steamed milk and foamed milk.
(If you like milk more than coffee, this is the one for you)
• A latte is an espresso with lots of milk.
• There is no specific rule to how much milk should be in lattes but it has to be more than other coffees.
• It is an espresso-based coffee drink with a small amount of milk, usually foamed.
• You can order it as a single or a double.
• Fun Fact: In Italian, macchiato means “stained” or “spotted” so the literal translation of caffè macchiato is “stained” or “marked coffee.”
• It is an Espresso but with much more water, it’s so similar to Americano but Lungo is stronger.
• It is an Espresso shot + half the amount of water.
☕️Doppio (Double espresso)
• It is a double shot (two shots of) Espresso.
☕️Espresso (not Expresso)
• It is a coffee-making method in which a small amount of nearly boiling water is forced under pressure (expressed) through finely-ground coffee beans, with a coffee machine of course.
• They say it sounds simple but is difficult to master.
• Espresso is the base for various coffee drinks that we will see in this post.
• origin: Italy