Finally, it’s Sunday. Millions are looking forward to this day – every week. You know why? Well, it’s the coffee day of the week. So maybe you’re going to your favorite coffee bar today to enjoy a Cappuccino. Or an Espresso. Or a Cafe Latte. Guess you know those words. But what about other coffee drinks?
Maybe you’re an expert already. That’s good. If not, you should learn some more names to impress the barista at the coffee bar today – and for tasting other types of coffee than your usual Cappuccino or Espresso.
So I just want to reach out to those of you who would like to learn some more names. And there is no better way to learn than using images, or in this case; a coffee guide infographic. I found it this morning, and thought I should share it with this blog post. Have a look below, and try to remember some of the names before visiting your coffee bar this beautiful Sunday. Then you could order a Latte Macchiato, Cafe Mocha, Affogato or just an Americano. The infographic also shows you what the ingredients are.
There are many more coffee drinks than the 20 below, and for those of you who want to learn more you can visit Wikipedia or Coffee Wikia. I also enjoy reading about the history of coffee, dating back to at least the thirteenth century. Google it if you’re interested.
BTW: The image above is a cup of Cappuccino I made at home this morning using my Rancilio Silvia coffee machine with a Rancilio grinder. I’ve had it for ten years, and it still gives me good coffee every day. Especially on Sundays. The latte art isn’t that good, but it’s something.
Enjoy your coffee today!