Like most people when they want an elevated coffee they ask for a cappuccino, I am no exception to the rule. The cappuccino is my go to, and I figured last week it would be time to change up my coffee game. With over 1.4 billion cups of coffee poured every day in the world, I reckoned it shouldn’t be hard to find a new go to which could be inspired by different traditions, cultures and personal tastes. So this week I am starting a list of brew methods to get the ball rolling on this amazing diverse seed. Feel free to email us @ email@example.com to add to what I hope will be an outstanding compendium of amazing coffee beverages.
Black Coffee - Black coffee means black coffee.
Coffee with Sugar and/or Milk – Black coffee, put some milk and or sugar in it.
Espresso –Grind some coffee super fine, then pack it in the thing that holds the coffee in your espresso machine (the thing that holds the coffee in the espresso machine is called a portafilter )Run a little bit of hot water through it and figure out your taste.
Cappuccino – Espresso made with hot milk and steamed milk foam.
Espressino – A drink made from espresso, steamed milk and cocoa powder.
Flat White – An espresso made similar to a latte only with textured milk.
Latte – Espresso made with steamed milk in a 1:3 to 1:5 ratio with a little foam.
Macchiato – An espresso made with a small amount of foamed milk, similar to a cappuccino only stronger.
Cold Brew Coffee – No hot water, use cold water for a longer period to create the finished cold coffee.
Filtered or Drip Coffee – Coffee is placed into a paper filter and hot water is poured onto it allowing it to drip into glass pot or your favorite cup. (If you need to know the name of the glass pot it’s a carafe)
French Press Coffee – Coffee made with a French press uses a plunger to press the coffee grounds to separate them from the finished beverage.
Iced Coffee – A little bit different from cold brew coffee, iced coffee is prepared using a hot brew with ice.
Caffe Gommosa – pour espresso over one marshmallow.
Café Con Hielo – 50 ml of espresso served on ice.
Antoccino – A single shot of espresso served with steamed milk in a 1:1 ratio.
Breve – Espresso served with half milk & half cream.
Caffe Americano – An espresso drink where hot water is added to espresso creating a coffee similar in strength but different in taste to regular drip coffee.
Cafe au lait – Strong coffee made with scalded milk in a 1:1 ratio.
Cafe Zorro – A double shot of espresso added to water using a 1:1 ratio.
Cortado – espresso with a little bit of warm milk.
Doppio – A double shot of espresso in a demitasse cup.
Espresso con panna – Coffee made with whipped cream.
Espresso Romano – A shot of espresso served with a slice of lemon on the side.
Guillermo – Two shots of hot espresso poured over lime slices, sometimes served on ice.
Lungo – The opposite of the Ristretto, this drink is made with more water.
Ristretto – Espresso made with the same amount of coffee but half the amount of water. Milk or Water Added
Vienna Coffee – Coffee or espresso made with whipped cream with milk added on some occasions. Around the World
Black tie – A double shot of espresso combined with traditional Thai iced coffee and sweetened condensed milk.
Cafe Bombon – Popularized in Spain, this drink is an espresso made with sweetened condensed milk.
Cafe Cubano – Originally from Cuba, this coffee drink is an espresso that has demerara sugar added.
Caffe Creama – A long espresso drink primarily served in Switzerland, Austria, and northern Italy beginning in the 1980s.
Ca phe sua da – originating in Vietnam that literally means “iced milk coffee.” It is made by mixing black coffee with a quarter to a half as much sweetened condensed milk and poured over ice.
Egg coffee – A Vietnamese drink made with egg yolks, sugar, condensed milk and Robusta coffee.
Eiskaffee – A German drink made with iced coffee and vanilla ice cream.
Galao – From Portugal, this drink is an espresso mixed with foamed milk and served in a tall glass.
Irish Coffee – Coffee combined with whiskey and cream and sometimes sweetened with sugar.
Turkish Coffee – A traditional coffee drink served in the Middle East, fine ground coffee is immersed in water allowing maximum foam to form (also called Greek coffee).
Bulletproof Coffee – 1 cup black coffee, 2 tbsp. butter and 1 tbsp. coconut oil blended until creamy
Chai Latte – Espresso mixed with spiced tea and steamed milk.
Mocha – Sometimes called a cafe mocha, it is similar to a latte only chocolate syrup is added.