Know Your Coffee

Products Description
ESPRESSO Basically a shot extracted to 1 ounce
ESPRESSO DOPPIO A 2 ounce shot using twice as much coffee in the portafilter.
MACCHIATO Macchiato means “marked” in Italian. Therefore this drink is a shot of espresso marked with a small amount of foamed milk dabbed on top with a spoon.
ESPRESSO CON PANNA Con Panna means “with cream” so basically this drink is the same as a Macchiato except using a dab of whipped cream instead of foamed milk.
AMERICANO An Americano is a really good way to enjoy a regular strength cup of coffee. It’s made by extracting a shot of espresso and filling the rest of the 6 to 8 ounce cup with hot water. This makes a smooth cup of coffee similar to drip brewed
 
CAPPUCCINO By far the most difficult coffee drink to prepare properly. When prepared properly, a cappuccino is made with velvety, wet foam that mixes with the pour instead of a large bubbled meringue floating on top of the espresso. Simply stated, the cappuccino is a shot of espresso with steamed milk poured in without holding back the foam (like in a latte).
CAFFE LATTE Similar to the Cappuccino, it’s a shot of espresso with steamed milk but the foam is held back with a spoon until about 70% to 75% full. Then top it off with foam.
 
MOCHACCINO Our Mochaccino or as others name it cafe mocha, is a variation of the latte but with chocolate added before adding the steamed milk. Typically, mochas are topped with whipped cream and sometimes chocolate sprinkles.