10 Different Types of Coffee
There are a bunch of reasons we have to drink coffee, however what matters is how it tastes, the aroma of it and how it makes you feel in the morning! Or perhaps any time of the day!
That being said, everyone has their favourite type of coffee – a latte, piccolo, cappuccino, or an espresso.
We researched to see how many types of coffee beverages there are it turns out, there’s quite a lot. Check out this list of pretty much all the types of coffee that you can find. Maybe you’ll discover a new type of coffee to enjoy whenever you are ready to try. Tell us if we have missed out anything!
This coffee can be made by adding hot water to a shot of espresso coffee. It’s said that American soldiers during the Second World War would make this type of coffee to make their beverages last longer Later adopted by American baristas after the war.
Café Latte (or Café au lait)
The most popular option for coffee drinkers. It consists of steamed (or scolded) milk and a single shot of coffee. It is usually quite frothy.
Boil water under high pressure through finely ground up coffee beans and then pour into a tiny mug. Espressos are the purest coffee experience you can get. It’s good to drink, when you find a good brew.
The most Kiwi coffees available are the long black and flat white. For a flat white, the steamed milk from the bottom of the jug is poured over a shot of espresso. It is popular among parents at school fetes who are desperately trying to stay awake.
Hot water is poured into a cup, and then two shots of espresso are poured into the water. Long blacks can be quite strong and have more crema
It is a shot of espresso which is then topped off with foamed milk dashed directly into the cup. there’s no steamed milk added and it’s also smaller, usually served in an espresso sized cup.
It is a latte with added chocolate powder or syrup. It falls between childlike hot chocolate and the adult café latte.
This coffee is brewed with whiskey, sugar, and a thick layer of cream. If you try to make coffee with scotch and instant coffee won’t get you this coffee.
It is made by adding two shots of particularly strong espresso together before whipped cream is added as a substitute for milk and sugar. It is espresso, with the smoothness of sugary cream.
The Affogatos aren’t a coffee at all. It is espresso poured over a desert, mostly ice cream.