Cafe Bombon: A short and sweet beverage originating from Spain consisting of equal parts sweetened condensed milk and espresso.
Latte: A deliciously creamy espresso and milk beverage that can be as simple or fun as you want. Syrups can be added to give extra sweetness and flavor.
Cold brew coffee: Cold brew coffee is made by steeping coffee grounds in cold water for an extended period of time, typically 12-24 hours. The resulting coffee is generally smoother and less acidic than coffee made with hot water.
Vietnamese Cold Brew: Cold brew but elevated. This drink consists of sweetened condensed milk and cold brew. You can add as much or as little sweetened condensed milk as you’d like.
Nitro coffee: Nitro coffee is made by infusing cold brew coffee with nitrogen gas. This gives the coffee a creamy, velvety texture and a smooth, rich flavor. Nitro coffee is typically served on tap, much like draft beer.
Iced coffee: Iced coffee is made by brewing hot coffee and then chilling it over ice. It is often served with milk or cream and can be sweetened with sugar or syrup.
Americano: Americanos are made by diluting espresso in water and can be hot or iced. The Americano has become a very popular drink, as it contains much less caffeine than iced coffee, but still has great flavor from the espresso.
Espresso: Espresso is a type of coffee that is made by forcing a small amount of hot water through finely-ground coffee beans. It is known for its strong, full-bodied flavor and rich, velvety crema (foam). Espresso is the base for many other types of coffee drinks, such as cappuccinos, lattes, and mochas.
French press: French press coffee is made by brewing coarsely ground coffee beans in a pot with a plunger and a metal or nylon mesh filter. The resulting coffee is generally full-bodied and has a rich, robust flavor.
Turkish coffee: Turkish coffee is a type of coffee that is made by boiling finely ground coffee beans with water and sugar in a small pot called a cezve. The coffee is served in small cups and is traditionally accompanied by a glass of water. Turkish coffee is known for its thick, creamy texture and strong, bold flavor.
Pour over: Pour over coffee is made by dripping hot water through a bed of coffee grounds that are contained in a cone-shaped filter. The resulting coffee is clean and bright, with a delicate flavor profile. Pour-over coffee is often made with specialty or single-origin beans and is prized for its nuanced flavors.
AeroPress: The AeroPress is a hand-held coffee brewing device that uses a unique method to extract coffee. It consists of a cylindrical chamber and a plunger, and it works by forcing hot water through coffee grounds at a high pressure. The AeroPress produces a clean, smooth coffee with a subtle flavor profile.
Siphon coffee: Siphon coffee, also known as vacuum coffee, is made by brewing coffee using the principles of vacuum filtration. It consists of two glass chambers that are connected by a tube. The lower chamber is filled with water, and the upper chamber is filled with coffee grounds. When the water is heated, it creates a vacuum that causes the brewed coffee to be sucked into the upper chamber. The resulting coffee is clean and clear, with a delicate flavor. Siphon coffee is often made with specialty or single-origin beans and is prized for its nuanced flavors.
Boiled coffee: Boiled coffee is a traditional Scandinavian coffee brewing method that involves boiling ground coffee beans in water. The resulting coffee is strong and full-bodied, with a rich, robust flavor.
Cowboy coffee: Cowboy coffee is a simple method of brewing coffee over an open fire. It involves heating water in a pot or kettle and then adding ground coffee beans. The coffee is allowed to boil for a few minutes before being removed from the heat. Cowboy coffee is strong and full-bodied, with a rich, robust flavor.
Moka pot: A Moka pot is a stovetop espresso maker that is popular in Italy and other parts of Europe. It consists of a lower chamber for water, an upper chamber for coffee, and a metal filter in the middle. When the water is heated, it creates steam pressure that pushes the brewed coffee up into the upper chamber. Moka pot coffee is strong and full-bodied, with a rich, robust flavor.
Drip coffee: Drip coffee is made by brewing hot water through a bed of coffee grounds that are contained in a filter. The resulting coffee is clean and bright, with a delicate flavor profile. Drip coffee is often made with specialty or single-origin beans and is prized for its nuanced flavors.
Chemex coffee: Chemex coffee is made using a Chemex, a special type of coffee brewer that consists of an hourglass-shaped glass carafe and a thick paper filter. It works by dripping hot water through a bed of coffee grounds, producing a clean, bright coffee with a delicate flavor profile. Chemex coffee is often made with specialty or single-origin beans and is prized for its nuanced flavors.
Espresso Con Panna: Whipped Cream dolloped over a shot of espresso. The whipped cream will melt slightly as you drink and adds nice texture and sweetness.
Affogato: Ice cream with a shot of espresso poured on top. The warmth from the espresso will melt the ice cream as you go. Experiment with different flavors of ice cream, you may be surprised by what you like.
Good Coffee: Should be consumed as much as possible, at all times. Forever.