A concentrated coffee brewed by forcing hot water through finely-ground coffee beans. It forms the base for many other coffee drinks.
Espresso mixed with steamed milk and topped with frothed milk foam. It has a strong, rich flavor.
Espresso mixed with a larger amount of steamed milk and a small amount of milk foam. It has a milder coffee flavor than a cappuccino.
Espresso diluted with hot water. It has a similar strength to drip coffee but with an espresso's flavor.
Espresso "stained" or "marked" with a small amount of frothed milk or milk foam.
A combination of espresso, steamed milk, and chocolate, often topped with whipped cream.
Originating from Australia/New Zealand, it's similar to a latte but typically has a higher coffee-to-milk ratio and a velvety microfoam.
An even more concentrated form of espresso made with less water, resulting in a bolder and more intense flavor.
A traditional method of brewing coffee where very finely ground coffee beans are simmered in water along with sugar and cardamom, often served unfiltered.
Coarsely ground coffee is steeped in hot water, and then a metal or mesh plunger is used to separate the grounds from the liquid.