This one’s made with a single shot of espresso added to a cup of steaming hot water. It is said to have originally been devised as an insult to Americans, who preferred their Italian espresso diluted. It is best when the milk is kept to the minimum to ensure that the taste of the espresso isn’t lost.
BB food tip: Quite refreshing when had iced too.
This one’s the basic milk coffee. Steamed milk is usually served in a glass with a shot of espresso. This one is cream coloured and you’ll see it’s usually served with an artwork created in the foam.
BB food tip: Best had with some cookies or sponge cake.
This coffee is basically a combination of chocolate syrup, a shot of espresso with steamed milk and a bit of foam.
BB food tip: If you’re making this one at home, you can even add some grated dark chocolate on the top.
The most common form of coffee that can instantly wake you up, this one’s a combination of equal parts of espresso, steamed milk and milk froth.
BB food tip: If you’re the kind who likes your shot of coffee for breakfast, the ideal thing to do is pair it with croissants. After all, nobody can say no to bread and coffee, right?
Different coffee shops might give this their own twist but originally this is prepared with combining espresso, caramel and foamed milk and a bit of vanilla for added flavour.
BB food tip: Usually, this one doesn’t require sugar because it has a dose of caramel in it. Oh and you can request your coffee maker to add some extra caramel sauce on top of the coffee. How delicious!