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An espresso drink made with steamed milk. First, a shot of espresso is extracted into a large cup. Then, milk is steamed in a stainless steel pitcher to a temperature of 140°F–160°F and poured into the cup. As the milk is poured, the velvety foam is left mixed in with the milk, for a lighter drink than the Caffe Latté. The crema is preserved at the top of the drink. See also Espresso
A shot of coffee, followed by less than half a cup of steamed milk and a big head of foamed milk spooned on to contain the warmth. The proportion of espresso to steamed and frothed milk for cappuccino is typically 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steamed milk and 1/3 frothed milk on top.
Espresso coffee and scalded milk
A hot drink made with espresso and foamed milk. The european style of cappuccino calls for 1/3rd espresso, 1/3rd hot milk, 1/3rd foam in a cup holding approximately 5 ounces of beverage. Named after the Catholic Capuchin monks in Italy who wore robes that looked similar to the foam of the espresso drink.
a drink that is mixture of espresso and steam milk
an espresso with frothed milk spooned on top, to cap the drink and retain heat
A coffee beverage made from espresso and steamed milk topped with milk foam. Ancora's is two parts milk and foam, and one part espresso.
Although ratios may vary to taste, a common recipe for a 6 oz. basic cappuccino is 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steamed milk and 1/3 frothed milk. A classic cappuccino is made with only espresso topped with frothed milk. Source: Suzanne J. Brown - CyberCup Caf
The drink of thirds: One-third espresso, one-third steamed milk and one-third frothed milk
This popular beverage is typically made with equal parts espresso, steamed milk & frothed milk- with the frothed milk added last to float on top.
A shot of espresso with the remainder being half steamed milk and half frothed milk.
coffee and hot aerated milk
After the gentleman ejaculates into the ladies mouth, she kind of froths it up and lets it dribble out in the style of a cappuccino. Not sure whether you get the sound effects with this as well, although that could be negotiable.
Cappuccino is a popular type of coffee composed of espresso coffee, milk and foamed milk on top. It's often also enjoyed with chocolate and/or cinnamon sprinkles on top as well.
An Espresso topped off with hot frothy milk and often with cocoa powder.
An espresso drink comprised of one serving of espresso topped with hot milk and froth. Cappuccino gets its name from the Italian order of Catholic Capuchin monks, whose hooded robes resemble the drink's cap of foam in shape and color.
Made with one-third espresso, one -third steamed milk and one-third milk foam.
An Italian coffee beverage of expresso, a little steamed milk, topped with steamed milk foam and cocoa powder.
A coffee drink made from espresso and topped with steamed milk and froth.
A strong beverage made of espresso and equal parts steamed and foamed milk. The steamed milk is mixed in with the espresso, but the foamed milk is positioned on top. The overall ratio is 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steamed milk and 1/3 foamed milk.
Cappuccino gets its name from the Italian order of Catholic Capuchin monks, whose hooded robes resemble the drink's cap of foam in shape and color. The frothed milk from the top of the steaming pitcher is spooned on top to "cap" the cappuccino and retain heat. The proportion of espresso to steamed and frothed milk for cappuccino is usually 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steamed milk and 1/3 frothed milk on top.
A drink made with espresso and foamed milk – much foamier than the steamed milk in a latte.
espresso topped with steamed milk. The color resembles that of a Capuchin monk's habit.
An Italian beverage made from equal parts espresso, steamed milk and foamed milk, sometimes dusted with sweetened cocoa powder or cinnamon; usually served in a large cup.
Rich espresso combined with a small amount of steamed milk and then topped with a cloud of foamed milk. Most commonly made as 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steamed milk and 1/3 cappuccino foam. Normally, a steaming wand is used to heat and aereate, or froth the milk.
A shot of straight espresso with foamed milk ladled on top.
A shot of espresso topped with equal parts of steamed and foamed milk (wet cappuccino) or a shot of espresso topped with all foamed milk (dry cappuccino).
A vile drink bearing only a remote likeness to its Italian origins. Essentially a coffee with a sickening dollop of gooey cream slapped carelessly on top. Ack
A coffee beverage made from espresso coffee and topped with steamed milk.
An Italian coffee made by topping espresso with the creamy foam from steamed milk. Often dusted with cinnamon or sweetened cocoa powder.
A coffee drink comprised of espresso, steamed and frothed milk, usually in equal proportions
drink traditionally made with equal parts espresso, steamed milk and frothed milk. 2 to 1 ratio of milk and espresso.
A shot or two of espresso poured into a cup which is then filled with half steamed milk and half foam milk so that it is one third coffee, one third milk and one third milk foam.
Espresso topped (or "hooded," like the Capuchin monks) with foam.
Cappuccino is an Italian beverage prepared with espresso coffee, hot milk, and milk foam. A cappuccino differs from a caffÃ¨llatte, in that it is smaller (the ending '-ino' indicates it is small) than a caffÃ¨llatte which is mostly milk and a little foam.