Espresso Coffee Poster
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What is the difference between a latte and a coffee with milk? How to make a cappuccino? What is a macchiato coffee?
To impress your friends and family, discover in this espresso coffee poster the authentic Italian coffee recipes, nicely illustrated just for you!
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You are an espresso coffee lover, and you want to change from the traditional coffee? This espresso coffee poster with recipes is your guide! If you'd like some more inspiration, why not check out this article for more coffee recipes?
Espresso coffee poster: recipes
It's not only about knowing the difference between a latte and a cream coffee, it's also about knowing how to make a delicious cappuccino or my favorite: the macchiato.
In this post of gourmet coffee recipes, we did not mention the ristretto, which is a super short espresso. The Ristretto is extracted in the first 15 to 20 seconds, as it is the purest part of the espresso coffee, which is not bitter at all. I decided to focus on the more gourmet recipes! By the way, if you are a fan of Italy, you might also like our Italian pasta poster, to know with which sauces to serve it!
Americano coffee, like in the US
1/3 Espresso, 2/3 Hot water
Like at the bar : the "noisette"
Espresso + Milk cloud
Coffee with milk: the original
1/2 Espresso, 1/2 Milk
The recipe for Café Latte - the Italian one
2/3 Espresso, 1/3 Milk
The timeless cream coffee
2/3 Espresso, 1/3 Cream
The gourmet coffee "bonbon"
1/2 Espresso, 1/2 sweetened condensed milk
The airy Cafe Macchiato
1/3 Espresso, 2/3 Milk, Milk foam
For those with a sweet tooth: Coffee "Affogato"
1 Espresso, 1 scoop of vanilla ice cream
The undisputed Cappuccino
1/3 Espresso, 1/3 Milk, 1/3 Milk foam
Our favorite: the Mochaccino
1/3 Espresso, 1/3 Hot chocolate, 1/3 Milk foam, Whipped cream
And to finish, the delicious "Café Viennois"
2/3 Espresso, 1/3 Whipped cream, Chocolate powder or chocolate chips
Where does espresso coffee come from?
The "caffè espresso" as the Italians say was invented in 1884 in Torino (Italy). Angelo Moriondo filed the first patent for the machine used to make this strong, full-bodied and very aromatic coffee, obtained by percolation under high pressure.
The name "Espresso"
The word "espresso" comes from the Italian espresso, and should be understood in the sense of "pressed", "tight" and not "fast". Only the French and Portuguese say "expresso". The English, Belgians or Germans prefer to pronounce coffee the Italian way, i.e. "espresso".
30×40 cm (12×16″), 50×70 cm (20×28″)
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