Posted: 29 Aug 2011 06:40 PM PDT
We all know that an espresso is either a single or double shot of coffee (usually less than a gram). But if you really feel some people are as brave as a triple or double shot they do. But there is still much more to an espresso not only these. In this article we will see the names of espresso drinks, which are regularly ordered in coffee shops around the world.
It is a drink with a shot of espresso and hot milk (fromusually comes with a layer of foam tops up). Although milk Italian simply means that the milk must be more in the order in Rome to ask for a latte, but in most American coffee shops all day, you have to do is ask for a latte.
This drink is very popular with many. But instead of milk in a dairy means a lot, has a lot of foam. However, these are often served at Starbucks and half milk half foam are produced, and the inclusion ofEspresso. Sometimes you can also called "wet" (more milk) or "dry" refers to (with more foam). As if someone has ordered a cappuccino very wet then I probably order something more like a coffee instead of milk.
This drink combines espresso with hot milk and chocolate and often a cap of whipped cream and chocolate flakes, some as well. It all depends on what one wants to be self-indulgent when he drinks. AlthoughChocolate is not used in this drink tastes too sweet, charming and adds just a shade cocoa-flavored espresso instead.
Although this may be like a cup of regular coffee at first sight, in fact it is prepared differently than the others. What happens, the espresso is mixed with hot water to dilute it. This can lead to prepare a good alternative to the normal kind you drink. When ordering this, some peopleasks the bartender, leaving room for the addition of cream, but simply prefers to top.
So the next time you are in your local coffee shop or Starbucks, take a look at the names of espresso drinks from the menu and see which one seeks to please you.
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