Brewed coffee drinks

Brewed coffee drinks
  • A pour-over method is used in many high-end coffee shops. It's slowly brewed coffee.
  • If you prefer a heavier flavour, the French press is brewed for about three minutes and could be your order of choice.
  • For the super bold, the red-eye is coffee served with a shot of espresso in it.
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For straight espresso drinks
  • On the days when you need something quick and strong, order an espresso.
  • Or a doppio espresso which is a double shot.
  • If you want the strength of espresso but with less liquid, order a ristretto.
  • If you want a weaker espresso, order a macchiato. It will come with a topping of foamed milk.
Milky espresso drinks
  • A cappuccino is milky, foamy and equally caffeinated.
  • A latte is a shot of espresso and steamed milk with a tiny amount of foam.
  • A flat white is like a latte, but made with a velvety, steamed micro-foam milk.
  • A Mocha is a latte with chocolate flavouring.

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