Espresso: A thick Italian coffee made by using a high pressure stove to push hot water through finely ground coffee. Typically served in a very small cup, and drunk after breakfast or throughout the day (more).
Cappuccino: A popular Italian drink consumed in the morning in Italy that is made from (single or double) espresso shots and has steamed milk & foam spooned on top (more).
Mocha: This is a hot coffee type drink, made from espresso, chocolate and milk (more).
Latte: This is a hot coffee drink made by using a quarter coffee to three quarters steamed milk. Only a little foam is added (more).
Flat White: A variation of a cappuccino, but made with less foam than a cappuccino (more).
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