22 Types Of Coffee Around The World And How They’re Made








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12. Latte


Caffé Latte can be seen as the more mainstream brother of Café au Lait. The name literally means, yes, you guessed it right, ‘milk coffee.’
The ideal serving: 60ml Espresso + 180-300ml steamed milk (depending on container)

13. Frappé


One of the fanciest coffee drinks out there, and the one that contains the least amount of coffee in comparison to other items. This Starbucks favorite has to be served cold to be enjoyed.
The ideal serving: 10g (or 2 tsp.) instant coffee + 15ml sugar water + 90ml cold water with 3-5 ice cubes + 90ml coffee foam (in that order) in a 250ml glass.

14. Mocha


Ah, coffee and chocolate! The holy grail of all beverages. Nothing can go wrong with Mocha, nothing!
The ideal serving: 60ml Espresso + 120ml hot chocolate + Whipped cream on the top in a 250ml cup.
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Now that we’ve taken care of the regulars, let’s try some wacky and out-of-the-box stuff, shall we?

15. Borgia


There’s really not much difference in between Mocha and Borgia. What does set them apart, is what goes into the whipped cream on the top.
The ideal serving: 60ml Espresso + 120ml hot chocolate + Whipped cream on the top, sprinkled with cinnamon and orange peel in a 250ml cup.

16. Mazagran


Fancy a zingy touch to your everyday coffee? Add lemon. WHAT!? Yeah, lemon juice. Brooooo!
The ideal serving: 5g (or 1 tsp.) brown sugar + 90ml French press coffee + 45ml lemon juice + Topped with ice cubes (in that order) in a 250ml glass.

17. Dirty chai latte


[Read in British accent] No, sir. Don’t go by the name. This coffee infused with tea is the best thing to ever happen. *sips with pinky finger sticking out*
The ideal serving: 30ml Espresso + 60ml spiced black tea + 90ml steamed milk + topped with milk foam (in that order) in a 200ml cup.

18. Café de Tiempo


Café de Tiempo literally means ‘weather coffee.’ Meant to enjoy in the hot summers, this is espresso served with an offering of a lemon slice and some ice.
The ideal serving: 30ml Espresso in a 150ml cup + Side serving of lemon slice and ice cubes.
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19. Piccolo latte


Before we get to this coffee variant (no manga or musical references), let me tell you about Ristretto. Ristretto, broadly defined, is Espresso on hard mode. It is produced using the same process, but with half the amount of water. The result: Stronger and darker coffee.
The ideal serving: 20ml Ristretto + 60ml steamed milk + topped with milk foam in a 90ml glass.

20. Café con Hielo


This exciting Spanish offering literally means ‘coffee with ice.’ Also known by bar-fanatics as the coffee on the rocks.
The ideal serving: Ice cubes + 30ml Espresso poured on the top in a 150 ml cup.

21. Affogato


Okay, maybe I was wrong. Coffee and ice cream is better. Is it? You decide!
The ideal serving: 1 scoop vanilla ice cream + 30ml Espresso poured on the top in a 150 ml cup.

22. The Eyes


These are four types of coffees for power drinkers. Straight up coffee and then some more coffee. It involves Espresso mixed with dripped or filter coffee, that is water poured over roasted and ground coffee beans and dripped through a filter.
Ideal servings:
Lazy eye: 60ml Espresso + 120ml decaffeinated dripped coffee in a 200ml cup.
Red eye: 30ml Espresso + 120ml decaffeinated dripped coffee in a 200ml cup.
Black eye: 60ml Espresso + 120ml decaffeinated dripped coffee in a 200ml cup (same as lazy eye, except dripped coffee, is not decaffeinated).
Deadeye: 90ml Espresso + 120ml decaffeinated dripped coffee in a 200ml cup.
So there you have it. I have sorted your mornings, afternoons, and evenings for probably the entire year. Keep experimenting and for the love of coffee…

Cheers!


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