Ordering the usual at a coffee shop...again? Due to uncertainty, most people stick to their fresh coffee of choice.
It's incredible how many different ways to brew with beans. So, whether you don't drink coffee (but want to) or are a cafe connoisseur, let's dive into the different types of coffee:
Coffee Drink Types: Black
Simple and classic. Black coffee is ground fresh coffee beans steeped in hot water. Serve warm or over ice.
Like black coffee, an Americano is an espresso shot diluted in hot water for a smooth yet strong drink without bitterness.
A concentration of coffee served in small, strong shots and a base for most drinks. Order up to 6 shots from our menu.
This popular drink is made from steamed milk, a shot of espresso, and a dab of foam. Order plain or add flavors, like our signature Turtle Latte (mocha, caramel, and hazel flavoring).
Think of a latte made with more foam than steamed milk, with a touch of cocoa powder or cinnamon on top. Some version use cream over milk or an extra flavor shot.
Hot coffee with an additional espresso shot will make those pesky morning flights less tiresome.
This espresso-based drink contains a small amount of foam up top between a doppio and cappuccino.
Chocolate lovers unite for this confection-inspired espresso drink with steamed milk and foam.
This Aussie-inspired drink is an espresso with steamed milk—a cappuccino without the chocolate sprinkles or foam.
Café au Lait
Add a splash of warm milk to plain black coffee for this minimalistic drink.
Bullet Proof Coffee
As a technique inspired by the meditations of Buddhist pilgrims, this blends fresh coffee with ghee, coconut oil and collagen and said to clear brain fog.
Iced CoffeeIced Espresso
Think "iced coffee's sister." Serve it straight or with a milk, sweetener, or cream splash.
Always #trending, a cold brew is made by steeping coffee beans between 18-24 hours (depending on how strong you want it) and topped off with cold milk or cream.
Our blended ice coffees are best served with too much whip cream and topped with a drizzle of syrup.
Conclusion Now that you know more about fresh coffee, what will you try next?
Familiarizing yourself with different coffee types will allow you to cater closer to what your taste buds genuinely desire.