Serve Coffee

Please heat the cup before use to keep the coffee warm.

Milk Based Espresso Coffees

Cappuccino
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A Cappuccino is made up of 40mls of espresso then 150mls of gently steamed milk, then of course a canopy of creamy milk foam. To finish the creation gently dust with drinking chocolate.
The word Cappuccino is derived from the colour and shape of the hooded robe worn by the Capuchin friars a Roman Catholic order.

Café Latte
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A Café Latte is generally served in a tall glass consisting of one shot of espresso then filled with creamy steamed milk, finished with just 5ml of foam to keep the heat in. In Europe, Café Latte is quite often enjoyed in the morning.

Flat White
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The simplest and most popular of all milk based coffee - a Flat White is served in a cup consisting of one shot of espresso (40ml) then filled with creamy steamed milk, finished with just 5ml of foam to keep the heat in.

Small Macchiato
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Macchiato is an Italian word meaning Stained or Marked. A Small Macchiato is made up of 60mls of espresso served in a small glass topped with just a dash of creamy steamed milk and a little foam.

Long Macchiato
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Macchiato is an Italian word meaning Stained or Marked. A Long Macchiato is served in a slightly larger glass consisting of a Doppio of espresso (2 shots, 80mls) then filled with creamy steamed milk and finished with 5ml of foam.

Affogato
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For the coffee enthusiast.
Two shots of espresso (80mls) in a cup with a generous scoop of Vanilla ice-cream.

Espresso Coffees, Without Milk

According to the French, drinking coffee black is the only way to really enjoy it.
For black coffee always heat the cup first. Black coffee gets cold quickly as, unlike milk based coffee, there is no fat to help keep the heat in. Black coffee should always be served immediately.


Espresso
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Just one shot of delicious espresso (40ml) in a tiny cup.

Double Espresso
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2 shots of delicious espresso (80ml) in a standard cup.

Long Black
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Pour about 150ml of hot water into the cup; now gently pour two shots of espresso (80mls) on top, taking care not to disturb the crema.

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