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Coffee & Espresso
Our experts guide you on how to get the most out of your beans
Simple drip coffee is what most people think of when they think coffee.
Freshly-brewed drip coffee, poured over ice makes for a refreshing pick-me-up on those hot days. Adding a flavoring is typical as well.
Espresso is approximately 1 oz. of highly concentrated coffee. Sometimes the simplest form is best.
Doppio is Italian for double, hence this name for the double espresso.
A Breve is an espresso with a thicker addition of steamed half-and-half.
Cafe au Lait
Cafe au lait, prepared with French press coffee is equally mixed with scalded instead of steamed milk.
Usually consumed at breakfast in Italy. It has a thick, foamy top and is very accommodating to additional flavors.
Americanos originated during World War II when soldiers would add water to their coffee to extend their rations.
The mark that steamed milk leaves on the espresso as it's added is why this drink is called a Macchiato, Italian for "stain."
Don't just call it a "latte," which means "milk." A Cafe Latte is espresso with milk. Further flavorings are optional.
Espresso, milk and chocolate make for this wonderful combination!
An incredible dessert coffee, the Affogato is formed by pouring a shot of espresso over a scoop of (usually vanilla) ice cream.
Coffee not your jam? It's okay, we won't judge. We've got you covered.