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    Classics

    Espresso/Ristretto

    Espresso/Ristretto


    Ingredients:
    1 7 – 12 g coffee ground
    2 20 – 35 ml brewing water

    Espresso is one of the the most famous coffee drinks. The Mediterranean drink at all, quasi little powerful sip Italy. Because espresso simply has more: more aroma, more taste, more salary. Espresso is made with high pressure is prepared, the result is the characteristic, compact, hazelnut "Crema", a quality feature of a good espresso.

    With a ristretto, the amount of water used is approx 20 ml and often less, with the same amount of coffee ground. An espresso is typically served with a glass of water.

    Espresso Macchiato

    Espresso Macchiato


    Ingredients:
    1 7 – 12 g coffee ground
    2 25 – 35 ml brewing water
    3 some milk foam

    Preparation:
    If you like your espresso milder, squirt some milk foam in a cup and finish off the drink with an espresso shot. The white milk foam specks "macchia" gives it its speckled appearance and transforms it into a "macchiato". Serving an espresso macchiato in a glass also creates a visual highlight.

    Cappuccino

    Cappuccino


    Ingredients:
    1 7 – 12 g coffee ground
    2 25 – 35 ml brewing water
    3 110 – 130 ml milk foam

    Preparation:
    Served with a sweet biscuit, the speciality coffee can be enjoyed at any time of the day. The basis of any cappuccino is plenty of fresh milk foam into which is put an espresso.

    It is a popular alternative to espresso and has long since found its way into all coffee bars around the world. It received its name, which translates as "smaller Capuchin" from the hood, the "cappuccio" of the habit of the order of the Capuchin monks.

    Latte Macchiato

    Latte Macchiato


    Ingredients:
    1 120 – 180 ml milk
    2 25 – 30 ml brewing water
    3 7 – 12 g coffee ground
    4 60 – 90 ml milk foam

    Originally a child's drink in Italy, the "speckled milk" is served at drinking temperature. A latte macchiato consists of a layer of hot milk and milk foam between which an espresso "lays" after a brief period. Thus the three characteristic layers are created.

    Fresh Filtered Coffee

    Fresh Filtered Coffee


    Ingredients:
    1 7 – 12 g coffee ground
    2 140 – 160 ml brewing water

    For each cup a Café Creme is freshly ground and brewed. The drink is passed through a special filter capsule which removes sediments and oils untypical for freshly filtered coffee. The result is a cup of coffee with a perfect taste – freshly ground and brewed.

    Café au lait

    Café au lait


    Ingredients:
    1 9 – 14 g coffee ground
    2 80 – 100 ml brewing water
    3 80 – 100 ml milk

    The mildest form of milky enjoyment among the speciality coffees is the Café Latte. This comprises one half hot milk and in contrast to the cappuccino and latte macchiato, uses the milder café crème bean. A pored foam completes the drink.