Beverages

Cafe Latte: One shot espresso, topped with hot milk, topped with 1cm creamy layer of milk foam served in a latte glass.

Cappuccino: 1/3 espresso, 1/3 hot milk and 1/3 milk foam, dusted with chocolate. Name originates from the Italian Catholic Capuchin monks whose hoods resemble a cappuccino's cap of foam.

Doppio: Double strength espresso served in a demitasse espresso cup.

Espresso: A method to brew coffee which forces the water into the grind by pressure. The brewing time is 25 seconds.

Espresso Breve: An espresso with light cream.

Espresso con Panna: An espresso topped with whipped cream.

Latte: A shot of espresso topped with hot milk and a 1cm layer of frothing milk, served in a latte glass.

Latte Macchiato: An espresso, where it's added in hot steamed milk and is usually served in a glass mug.

Long Black: Coffee cup filled with 2/3 hot water and topped with single or double shot of espresso.

Long Macchiato: Two servings of espresso in a glass mug with a drop of cold milk poured on the one side of the cup, so that it shapes in a form of foam.

Lungo: A shot of espresso, which’s brewing time is approximately 30 seconds, and the espresso cup is almost filled.

Macchiato: One shot of espresso with a dash of hot fresh milk.

Mocha Latte: One shot of espresso and one shot of chocolate syrup topped with hot milk and 1cm layer of frothing milk, dusted with chocolate powder, served in a latte glass.

Ristretto: An espresso, which’s brewing time is roughly 20 seconds and the level of coffee is almost in the/ up to the 1/3 of the cup.

Short Black: See Espresso.

Short Macchiato: One shot of espresso with a dash of cold milk poured down the inside of espresso glass to form a layer and a mark of froth on top.

Greek coffee: Coffee ground to a fine powder, brewed and served with the grounds.

Making Greek Coffee in two minutes:
Pour drinking water from a Greek coffee cup into the special Greek coffee pot.
For each cup, add two teaspoons of coffee (5 g) and two teaspoons of sugar (if required).
Slowly stir the coffee and sugar at the lowest temperature.
After a while the coffee will boil and foam; pour the foaming part into the cups.
Heat the rest of the coffee left in the pot once more, than pour it into the cups as well.
Turkish coffee is traditionally served with water, which prepares one's taste buds to the coffee's aroma. 
 

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