International Coffee Day Special: 8 different flavors of coffee

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Drink coffee at home with loved ones, friends, family and celebrate the taste of coffee.

Many people start their day with a cup of tea, many others with a sip of coffee.

espresso coffee

Espresso: This is very basic or basic black strong coffee. Espresso is also called short black. Espresso is a delicious concentrated form of coffee. This one ounce black pure coffee needs a machine with the best quality coffee beans to bring out the right flavor.


Double Espresso: It’s called dopio-o in Italian, meaning double. As it sounds, this coffee contains twice as much coffee as espresso. In other words, taking two shots of espresso in one cup is a double espresso.

americano coffee

Americano: This is a simple, unflavored and light coffee made by adding hot water to an espresso shot. An americano is quite simply just hot water and espresso. It’ll either be served 1/2 and 1/2 or 1/3 espresso to 2/3 water. It is said that Americans drink coffee mixed with water because they cannot tolerate the bitter taste of espresso.


Macchiato: Macchiato means stained in Italian. A shot of pure black classic espresso with white milk added to the perfectly stained coffee is known as a macchiato. If milk and foam are added with one shot, it is short macchiato and if this milk coffee is made using two shots of espresso, it is called long macchiato.

cappuccino coffee

Cappuccino: For those who are not too familiar with coffee, the coffee they are familiar with is called cappuccino. Cappuccino is the perfect balance of espresso, steamed milk and foam. This coffee is mixed with cocoa powder and layered with high foam on top of the coffee. Cappuccino coffee is made by mixing one part black espresso with one part creamy milk and one part foam.


Flat White: The flat white stands a little higher among coffees with milk or cream. A flat white is a blend of micro-foamed milk poured over a single or double shot of espresso. This microfoam is steamed milk infused with air, to create a smooth and velvety texture and creamy taste. Again, enough milk is added to the whole coffee shot, so it has enough caffeine.


Latte: With twice the milk ratio of an espresso shot, it is not as bitter or strong. That’s probably why vanilla, caramel, mocha flavored lattes are so popular with everyone. It is topped with espresso with more steamed milk and a thin layer of frothed milk on top. Lattes are quite sweet and come in countless flavors around the world.


Mocha: Yemen’s finest Arabica coffee beans are called mocha beans, but mocha coffee in the traditional sense refers to chocolate-infused coffee. This chocolate can be first mixed with espresso, before adding steamed milk. Again the work of making foaming is done by mixing chocolate with milk.

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