The foundation of many coffee drinks, espresso is a concentrated coffee brewed by forcing hot water through finely-ground coffee beans. It's served in small, intense shots and forms the base for drinks like lattes, cappuccinos, and Americanos.
This Italian classic consists of equal parts espresso, steamed milk, and milk foam. It strikes a balance between the strong flavor of espresso and the creamy texture of milk foam.
A latte is made with a shot of espresso and a larger amount of steamed milk. It has a milder coffee flavor than a cappuccino and is often topped with a small amount of milk foam.
A mocha combines espresso, steamed milk, and chocolate. It's a delightful blend of coffee and cocoa, with the option to add whipped cream on top for an extra treat.
This French coffee drink is simple yet satisfying. It consists of equal parts brewed coffee and steamed milk, resulting in a mild and creamy coffee flavor.
This traditional Middle Eastern coffee is made by simmering finely ground coffee beans with water and sugar in a special pot called a cezve. It's known for its strong, bold flavor and is often enjoyed with a touch of cardamom.
This sweet and refreshing coffee drink features strong Vietnamese coffee (often made using a drip filter) poured over a glass of ice, with the addition of sweetened condensed milk. It strikes a perfect balance between sweet and strong coffee flavors.