- Long black
- Café Cubano
- Café bombón
- Long macchiato
- Café au lait
- Flat white
- Espresso con panna
- Espresso Romano
- Ca phe sua da
- Turkish coffee
- Egg coffee
- Dirty Chai
- Irish coffee
A simple espresso shot you may be familiar with. But what is a ristretto, lungo, doppio, or macchiato? This is where it starts to get complicated. And did you know that in Vietnam they drink coffee mixed with eggs?
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One shot of espresso in an espresso cup.
Two shots of espresso in an espresso cup.
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Like an espresso but with half the amount of water, making for a more concentrated flavor and stronger aftertaste.
Opposite of a ristretto, a lungo is made with twice as much water.
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An espresso or doppio with added water.
Like an Americano, but the hot water is added first and then the espresso so as to not disturb the cream.
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Espresso sweetened with brown sugar.
Espresso with sweetened condensed milk.
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Espresso with a dash of steamed milk.
Doppio with a dash of steamed milk.
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Espresso with half milk and half cream.
Espresso filled with equal amounts of warm milk.
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Café au lait
Coffee with hot milk.
One quarter of espresso and three quarters of foam milk.
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One shot of espresso with steamed milk, topped with foam.
Similar to a latte but served in a cup, has more foam, and is topped off with a sprinkle of chocolate.
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Same as a cappuccino minus the foam and chocolate.
Origin: United States
Blend between a cappuccino and hot chocolate.
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Espresso con panna
Espresso topped off with whipped cream.
Espresso with steamed milk, with Nutella on the wall of the cup and cocoa powder sprinkled on the base and on top.
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A scoop of vanilla ice cream in a tumbler glass with espresso poured over top.
Espresso served with lemon on the side.
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Ca phe sua da
Black coffee sweetened with condensed milk, poured over ice.
Iced coffee with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream.
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Traditionally served in the Middle East, fine ground coffee is immersed in water, allowing for maximum foam to form.
Traditional drink prepared with egg yolks, sugar, condensed milk, and Robusta coffee.
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Masala chai (or chai latte) with espresso.
Made from three parts coffee and seven parts Hong Kong-style milk tea. It can be served hot or cold.
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Coffee, Irish whiskey, sugar, and topped with cream.
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