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The Ultimate Guide to Espresso Serving Styles

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The Ultimate Guide to Espresso Serving Styles

Do you know the difference between a cappuccino and a dry cappuccino? What about a breve, a mocha breve and a mocha? Have you ever even heard of a cafe bombon? If your answer is no, but you love coffee -especially espresso, then you’ll love this fantastic espresso styles infographic by Pop Chart Lab.

In response to the questions above, a cappuccino has foamed milk and steamed milk, while a dry cappuccino only has foamed milk; a breve has half and half, a mocha breve has half and half with chocolate and a mocha has chocolate and steamed milk; and a cafe bombon has creme and sweetened condensed milk.

Of course, if you get a hold of this chart and someone asks you for a black eye, be sure you start brewing up some espresso and American coffee instead of rushing over and cold cock him in the face.

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    Last Updated on August 12, 2021

    Learn How To Make Coffee 38 Different Ways With This Stunning Guide

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    If you make your own coffee in the morning, chances are you’re only making the same boring kind everyday. Now it’s time to put an end to the cynical habit and turn you into an instant coffee connoisseur.

    For those who don’t know, there are officially 38 different ways to make coffee. All, except decaffeinated versions will give you the same buzz that can either make you extremely productive or give you anxiety.

    The only difference here is taste. And when it comes to coffee, taste matters. A lot.

    Most of the methods and ingredients from the chart above dates back hundreds of years and have been traditionally passed down from generation to generation. Hence, it’s actually possible to tell where a person came from based on the type of coffee he or she drinks!

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