It has been said that American soldiers during the Second World War would make this type of coffee to make their beverages last longer. It was then (apparently) adopted by American baristas after the war.
Popular option for coffee drinkers; a single shot of coffee with frothy steamed milk.
The Italians choice for breakfast. Consists of three layers; the first is a shot of espresso, then a shot of steamed milk, and finally the barista adds a layer of frothed, foamy milk. This final layer can also be topped with chocolate shavings.
Boiling water is shot under high pressure through finely ground up coffee beans and then poured into a tiny mug. An Espresso is the purest coffee experience you can get.
Originating in New Zealand and Australia; For a flat white, the steamed milk from the bottom of the jug is poured over a shot of espresso.
Originating in New Zealand and Australia; hot water is poured into a cup, and then two shots of espresso are poured into the water creating a strong and frothy drink
A shot of espresso topped off with foamed milk dashed directly into the cup. Served in a small cup is stronger than a cappuccino as no steamed milk.
A latte with added chocolate powder or syrup all topped with whipped cream.
Brewed with whiskey, sugar, and a thick layer of cream on the top
A Vienna is made by adding two shots of particularly strong espresso together before whipped cream is added as a substitute for milk and sugar.
Quality black tea, add milk or lemon for a great brew
The leaves are heated soon after picking in order to destroy the enzymes that cause oxidation. This type of processing preserves a high level of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals accounting for various health benefits. The infusion is pale greenish yellow in colour and tastes light and grassy. It is best consumed without any additives, although some people may prefer to add lemon.
The most popular flavoured tea of Britain. It is prepared by adding extract of premium Italian bergamot, and citrus fruit to black tea.
Infused with the aroma of jasmine blossoms. It is the most popular scented tea of China. It is usually made with green tea. The method of infusing the scent of jasmine flowers into the tea is very laborious and takes several days. The tea is stored with the flowers in a special room with controlled humidity. This is done during night as that is when the jasmine flowers bloom. The process is repeated over several nights to get the right level of scent.
Many people turn to lemon ginger tea to improve their health, due to its ability to boost the immune system, reduce fever, improve cognition, regulate blood sugar, aid in digestion, soothe pain, and aid in hair and skin care.
black tea mixed with traditional Indian spices like cardamom, cloves, cinnamon and ginger. It is usually prepared by boiling water and milk along with tea and spices and sweetened with sugar
A tea unique to the Darjeeling area of India. The brew is made famous for its Muscatel flavour.
Assam has a rich, full bodied, deep-amber liquor with a brisk, strong and malty taste, making it ideal for the early morning cup.
Black tea infused with the goodness of rosehip,currants, raisins, elderberries and blueberries
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