Here’s your caffeine fix: 5 types of coffee you need to try!
If there’s one drink that understands your everyday woes and releases stress with its aroma and taste, it has to be coffeeRepresentational image

Here’s your caffeine fix: 5 types of coffee you need to try!

Refer to our guide of the most popular types of coffee that are certain to not disappoint you

Are you one of those who cannot start their day without a hot cup of coffee? Whether it’s a meeting, late-night study session, celebration, or some crisis, if there’s one drink that understands your everyday woes and releases stress with its aroma and taste, it has to be coffee.

But if you happen to visit coffee shop often and find it confusing to shortlist the best ones, refer to our guide of the most popular types of coffee that are certain to not disappoint you.

Cappuccino

Cappuccino started as an Italian beverage
Cappuccino started as an Italian beverageRepresentational image

Not too many of you may know that Cappuccino started as an Italian beverage. This drink is prepared with espresso, topped with hot milk or cream, and steamed foamed milk. This type was introduced to cater to people who liked their coffee less strong and creamy. Since its inception in 1930s, Cappuccino has managed to travel all across the world, including quaint little cafes in small towns.

Espresso

Espresso is the most concentrated form of coffee that is typically brewed in a filter full of finely grounded coffee beans and boiling water
Espresso is the most concentrated form of coffee that is typically brewed in a filter full of finely grounded coffee beans and boiling waterRepresentational image

Espresso is the most concentrated form of coffee that is typically brewed in a filter full of finely grounded coffee beans and boiling water. In the absence of sugar, you are guaranteed to get a kick you require to stay up late hours for reasons best known to you. What’s interesting is Espresso happens to be the base ingredient for building up other coffee drinks like Mocha, Americano, and Cappuccino.

Latte

This coffee is much sweeter as compared to an espresso because of the steamed milk and micro-foam floating on the top
This coffee is much sweeter as compared to an espresso because of the steamed milk and micro-foam floating on the topRe[presentational image

Latte, the shortened name of Italian Café Latte, is nothing but espresso with steamed milk, usually topped with a shallow pool of steamed milk foam. This coffee is much sweeter as compared to an espresso because of the steamed milk and micro-foam floating on the top.

Mocha

The star ingredient of this dish is the chocolate syrup or cocoa powder which leaves a fine, subtle aroma
The star ingredient of this dish is the chocolate syrup or cocoa powder which leaves a fine, subtle aromaRepresentational image

If you are a chocoholic, Mocha is sure to tantalize your taste buds. This chocolate flavoured coffee drink is also popularly known as Mochaccino which is traditionally prepared with espresso, chocolate syrup, whipped cream, and hot milk. The star ingredient of this dish is the chocolate syrup or cocoa powder which leaves a fine, subtle aroma. Some coffee lovers like their Mocha when added with cinnamon, caramel, or other toppings.

Irish Coffee

Irish coffee is a mix of espresso, sugar, and Irish whiskey
Irish coffee is a mix of espresso, sugar, and Irish whiskeyRepresentational image

Irish coffee is a mix of espresso, sugar, and Irish whiskey. This drink is a combination of ingredients that make it perfect to slurp on after an intense workout or for unwinding on a weekend. Some people like their Irish version of coffee with a little bit of whipped cream floating on top.

Americano

Americano is nothing but a blend of espresso and hot water
Americano is nothing but a blend of espresso and hot waterRepresentational image

Americano is nothing but a blend of espresso and hot water. This drink has a unique history and originated during the second world war when the American soldiers posted on duty in Italy diluted their espresso with hot water. This gave rise to the American version of Italian coffee.

Now go, grab yourself some steamy hot coffee and lighten up your day and mood!

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