A concentrated coffee shot made by forcing hot water through finely-ground coffee beans. Served in small quantities, it's the foundation for many coffee beverages.
A traditional Italian coffee drink made with equal parts espresso, steamed milk, and milk foam, resulting in a creamy and balanced flavor.
A French coffee consisting of equal parts brewed coffee and steamed milk, often served in a bowl.
An Italian term meaning "stained" or "spotted." A coffee macchiato typically includes a shot of espresso "stained" with a small amount of frothy milk or foam.
Made by diluting a shot of espresso with hot water, resulting in a coffee that resembles drip coffee but with a stronger flavor.
Originally from Australia/New Zealand, a flat white consists of espresso and steamed milk, similar to a cappuccino but with less foam.
A strong and rich coffee preparation made by simmering finely-ground coffee beans in water along with sugar and often cardamom. It's unfiltered, and the grounds settle at the bottom of the cup.
This popular Vietnamese drink features strong brewed coffee dripped over condensed milk, served with ice. It strikes a delightful balance between sweet and bitter flavors.