espresso drinks at home explained
it’s friday morning. you’re sipping your favorite latte or cappuccino in the comfort of your own home. the frothy milk, the hot espresso… it’s perfectly balanced, just how you like it. you’re especially enjoying your coffee concoction because you didn’t have to leave the house to get it!
that’s the home barista dream right there.
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exquisite espresso drinks to make at home
espresso mixed with steamed milk and topped with foamy milk. the original milky coffee, latte in italian literally means ‘coffee & milk’
a twist on the latte using a double espresso shot, milk, and practically no foam. another cup originating in australia and new zealand, the flat white is stronger than a latte with an espresso to milk concentrate ratio of 2:4
a variation on espresso with added spots of foamed milk. it’s often mistranslated as ‘spotted’ because of the way the milk is added
espresso and milk, flavoured with chocolate or cocoa powder. not to be confused with mokka arabica beans which come from (and are named after) the port of mokha in yemen
made by pulling an espresso shot and adding water to dilute to taste. legend has it that it was developed by american servicemen in europe to turn strong euro espresso into the kind of coffee they were used to at home
known as the drink of thirds; it’s 1/3 espresso, 1/3 milk, and 1/3 froth. looking for something sweeter than a latte — this is the drink for you
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