Highly concentrated coffee originating from Italy, prepared by forcing steam through grounded beans. Thick texture, high caffeine. Popular worldwide.
Similar to espresso, but with even less water. Highly concentrated shot of coffee with dark color. Originated in Italy, preferred by coffee lovers.
Popular during World War II. Similar method to espresso, but with diluted water. Provides a mug of coffee instead of a shot.
Simple method using a dripper and filter. Gradually pour hot water over freshly ground coffee for a brewed drink. Popular in the western countries.
Shot of espresso combined with dripped brewed coffee. Strong black coffee in larger quantity than espresso. Ideal for staying awake all night.
Creamy coffee with 2 espresso shots, steamed milk, foamed milk, and chocolate powder. Popular in Europe and the US. Balanced flavor with milk.
Creamy coffee from New Zealand and Australia. Similar to Cappuccino but with less foam and chocolate. One shot of espresso with steamed milk.
Espresso with steamed milk, higher milk proportion. Smooth and creamy, balances coffee bitterness. Optional flavor layer on top.
Double espresso, foamed milk, cocoa/chocolate flavor. Creamy, thick texture with optional whipped cream, cinnamon, or chocolate chips. Perfect for beginners.
Espresso, whipped cream, dense texture, sugary sweet. No milk. 1-2 shots of espresso with whipped cream. Originated in Austria.
Unique dessert coffee. Espresso, sweeteners, ice cream. Shots with vanilla ice cream. Whipped cream or milk may be added.
Popular cold coffee with variations. Drip coffee or espresso with ice and water. Optional flavoring syrups for added taste.