Coffee is one of the most popular drinks of choice to help you get through the day, and with so many varieties picking a favourite can be quite a challenge.
Coffee isn’t just coffee so we have made the task of picking from a menu much easier with some of the more common serving suggestions:
Black Coffee: A straightforward coffee with no milk
Cappuccino: A combination of espresso, streamed and frothed milk. Served with chocolate or cinammon sprinkled on top. An ideal pick for coffee beginners.
Latte (aka Caffe Latte): Made with espresso and steamed milk, with a thin layer of foam on top.
Flat White: Similar to the latte but served in a smaller cup without foam.
Iced Coffee: Coffee served cold. Chilled milk or ice is often added, and there are different variations such as iced latte. May also be called a Frappe.
Espresso: Made with finely ground coffee, this is a concentrated drink. It is very strong and is weakened in other versions of coffee such as the Latte.
Mocha: A chocolate and coffee combination.
Americano / Long Black: Made with a single shot of expresso and water.
Macchiato: Espresso with a small amount of steamed milk added
Irish Coffee: Espresso with Whiskey, sugar and cream
Cafe Au Lait: The coffee is brewed instead of using espresso. A milder coffee served with milk.
Double Shot: Extra strong coffee with two shots of spresso instead of one.
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