Explaining various coffee varieties

Explaining various coffee varieties

There are numerous varieties of coffee, each with a unique preparation, flavor and potency.

Some of the most typical varieties are listed below:

1. Espresso: A concentrated coffee shot prepared by squeezing hot water under pressure through ground coffee.

2. Cappuccino: Espresso topped with frothed milk, chocolate powder or cinnamon to make a cappuccino.

3. Latte: Espresso with steaming milk and a small coating of foam on top is called a latte.

4. Americano: espresso diluted with hot water, or an americano.

5. Mocha: Espresso with steaming milk, chocolate syrup and frequently whipped cream on top.

6. Macchiato: Espresso served with a dollop of foamed milk is called a macchiato.

7. Drip coffee: Drip coffee is produced by adding hot water to ground coffee beans and filtering the mixture.

8. French press: When making coffee in a French press, ground coffee beans are steeped in hot water before the grounds are removed by depressing the plunger.

9. Turkish coffee: Extremely finely ground coffee that is cooked with water and frequently sweetened is known as Turkish coffee.

10. Cold brew: Coffee produced by steeping coarsely ground coffee beans in cold water for a long time is known as cold brew.