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  • Cafe Mocha

    Cafe Mocha or cafe mocha, is an American invention and a variant of a cafe latte, inspired by the Turin coffee beverage Bicerin. A cafe mocha, also called mocaccino, is a chocolate-flavored variant of a cafe latte. It is typically one third espresso and two thirds steamed milk, but a portion of chocolate is added, typically in the form of sweet cocoa powder, although many varieties use chocolate syrup. Mochas can contain dark or milk chocolate. Like cappuccino, cafe mochas contain the well-known milk froth on top, although they are sometimes served with whipped cream instead. They are usually topped with a dusting of either cinnamon or cocoa powder. A variant is white cafe mocha, made with white chocolate instead of milk or dark. There are also variants of the drink that mix the two syrups; this mixture is referred to by several names, including black and white mocha, tan mocha, tuxedo mocha and zebra. Cafe mocha takes its name from the Red Sea coastal town of Mocha, Yemen, which as far back as the fifteenth century was a dominant exporter of coffee, especially to areas around the Arabian Peninsula. These coffees had a notable chocolaty taste, and hence the term "mocha" was extended to mean intentional addition of chocolate to coffee.

  • Cafe Latte

    Caffe latte is a coffee-based drink made primarily from espresso and steamed milk. It consists of one-third espresso, two-thirds heated milk and about 1cm of foam. Depending on the skill of the barista, the foam can be poured in such a way to create a picture. Common pictures that appear in lattes are love hearts and ferns. Latte art is an interesting topic in itself. Traditionally the cafe latte is a ratio of two parts coffee and one part steamed milk (also called a Cafe Au Lait).

  • Cappuccino

    Cappuccino is a coffee drink which today is composed of espresso and hot milk, with the surface topped with foamed milk.The way the cappuccino is defined today, in addition to a shot of espresso a most important factor in preparing a cappuccino is the texture and temperature of the milk. When a barista steams the milk for a cappuccino, microfoam is created by introducing very tiny bubbles of air into the milk, giving the milk a velvety texture. Attaining the correct ratio of foam requires close attention while steaming the milk, thus making the cappuccino one of the most difficult espresso-based beverages to make properly.A skilled barista may obtain artistic shapes while pouring the milk on the top of the espresso coffee

  • Americano

    An Americano is a single shot of espresso added to a cup of hot water. Many coffee houses have perfected it, however, and the result has become a creamy, rich espresso-based coffee that you can sip and savor before jumping on your Vespa and heading to the soccer field.Americano is not commonly taken with a twist, but having it "iced" is a great treat on a hot day.