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Exclusive Luxurious Coffee Menu

If you can’t imagine life without coffee, you’re like me: I start every day with a cup. At home you know how to ask for you favorite one, but when you travel abroad, or just visit a fancy coffee shop, you may be lost: there are so many popular types of coffee to choose from. With this exclusive luxurious coffee menu you will find this less daunting.

Most common coffees


The beans used to make espresso are finely ground, and they’re brewed with a higher grounds-to-water ratio than what’s used for a regular coffee. The result is a thicker, more concentrated liquid with a bolder flavor. It’s also the base for popular coffee-shop drinks like lattes and cappuccinos.


Order this drink and you’ll get a shot of espresso with some hot water.


This classic drink is typically 1/3 espresso and 2/3 steamed milk, topped with a thin layer of foam. Skilled baristas often swirl the foam into latte art!


This espresso-based drink is similar to a latte, but the frothy top layer is thicker. The standard ratio is equal parts espresso, steamed milk, and foam, and can be topped with a sprinkling of cinnamon.

Mocha coffee

Sugar and chocolate flavor this sweet twist on the latte, usually in the form of cocoa powder, melted chocolate, or syrup.

Almond Cappuccino

Another espresso-based coffee, you will also need 1/4 – 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk, depending on how much milk you like in your coffee. 

Mint Latte

All you need is 5 ingredients: fresh mint, espresso, sugar, water, and ice!

Coffee Frappe

This word describes a variety of coffee and espresso drinks that have been blended with ice. So, the slushy-like drinks often contain some kind of milk and a flavored syrup, plus a top layer of whipped cream.

Iced coffee

Brew a regular cup of hot coffee, then cool it over ice. Finally, add whatever milk and sweeteners you like.

If you wish to improve your reading skills while learning more about coffee, then check this engaging Reading Comprehension on Coffee (Wonderful Drinks Series). Enjoy!



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