Different Types of Coffee

Espresso

A concentrated form of coffee made by forcing hot water through  finely-ground coffee beans. It's the base for many other coffee drinks.

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Cappuccino

Equal parts espresso, steamed milk, and milk foam, creating a creamy and frothy texture. A classic Italian favorite.

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Latte

Made with espresso and steamed milk, topped with a small amount of milk foam. It's milder than a cappuccino.

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Americano

A diluted espresso, made by adding hot water to espresso, similar to  black coffee but stronger. Perfect for those who like a bold taste.

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Macchiato

Espresso "stained" with a small amount of steamed milk or milk foam. It's a strong coffee with a hint of creaminess.

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Mocha

A combination of espresso, steamed milk, and chocolate, often topped with whipped cream. Ideal for those with a sweet tooth.

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Flat White

Similar to a latte but with a higher coffee-to-milk ratio and a velvety texture. It originated in Australia and New Zealand.

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Affogato

A dessert made by pouring a shot of hot espresso over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The perfect blend of hot and cold.

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Turkish Coffee

A strong coffee brewed by boiling finely-ground coffee beans with water and sugar. Served unfiltered with a rich, thick texture.

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French Press

Coffee brewed by steeping coarsely-ground coffee beans in hot water and pressing them. It produces a bold and flavorful cup.

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Cold Brew

Coffee brewed with cold water over an extended period, resulting in a smooth and less acidic taste. Perfect for hot summer days.

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Nitro Coffee

Cold brew infused with nitrogen gas, creating a creamy texture and  frothy top. It's like the beer of coffees, smooth and refreshing.

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