Espresso (short black) Espresso is a concentrated, full-bodied coffee with a stable layer of cream on top – known as ‘crema. Espresso is the foundation of all café coffees, as you’ll see. Just don’t call it an ex-presso – very uncool… Long Black (Americano) A standard espresso with hot water, served in a regular coffee cup or mug. The hot water should be added first so that the crema is not disturbed. Macchiato Macchiato, Italian for ‘to stain or mark’. Traditionally served as a standard espresso with a dash of milk and a small dollop of froth into the middle of the crema. Flat white Another old favourite, the Flat White is an espresso with steamed milk, served in a regular coffee cup or mug. Caffe Latte An espresso with steamed milk typically served in a glass. A real breakfast favourite in Italy and France, and any time of the

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day in Australia. Cappuccino This delicious drink is an espresso with steamed milk, topped with creamy froth and a dusting of chocolate. Caffe Mocha A SheSaid personal favourite. The Caffe Mocha is made in a similar way to a cappuccino but with the addition of drinking chocolate added to the espresso prior to topping with steamed milk and froth – and lots of chocolate on top! Con Panna A variation on the original Vienna coffee, this delicious drink is made up of an espresso topped with lightly whipped cream. It can be dusted with cinnamon or drinking chocolate.