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Nice infographic - I wish it also stated that espresso was a way to make coffee, not a bean or roast of bean, just a process. Also somewhat confusing is what is known in America as a "latte" and how it's wrongly ordered most of the time. Latte, meaning milk, is supposed to be prepared with 8oz of steamed milk and one shot of espresso, however many people blindly ask for "an extra shot" or more. It's supposed to be a coffee flavored warm milk drink. Additionally missing from this is the Café au lait.
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Very cool, a giant poster of that would be great
Amateurs! This is missing the most important coffee drink "The Cadillac", 1/4 to 1/2 dark roast coffee then the remainder chocolate milk. I think that goes under the Latte/Cappuccino category or wtfe but this is the drink i drank every morning while working at a ski resort. As American as a drink gets and Its the Best! WTF is foamed milk, steamed milk, and milk tea, its sounds pansy is all I have to say. Coffee should have grit that ya gotta pick outta ur teeth, it should be so black that 3/4cup full of hot chocolate should not change the oily flavor and consistency.
stupid and untrue
I'm actually having trouble finding anything on here that's not incorrect. Out of 20 drinks, three or so are actually accurate. Who made this?
The texts are blurred and its hard to read..
The Irish Coffee recipe is wrong
i would add one more: the "cambodian"espresso + a sip of coconut cream
I wouldn't agree with all the receipes (you'd be under the table drinking to many irish coffees!) But great diagram and great way to simplify the often confusing (and growing) coffee menu.
The best coffee of the world is "Café de Colombia" with the brand or Insignia, Juan Valdez. There are many types of coffee worldwide.