MUDJAVA,

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Coffee Styles

  • MUDJAVA, - MUDJAVA, is a coffee drink consisting of espresso, cream, milk and sugar. A unique mixing technique creates a creamy velvety texture. Best way to describe this new style of coffee is a combination of Affogato, Cappuccino & Flat White. This coffee drink is served cold.

  • Espresso - Espresso of Italian origin, brewed by expressing or forcing a small amount of nearly boiling water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans. Espresso is generally thicker than American coffee brewed by other methods, has a higher concentration of suspended and dissolved solids, and has foam on top.

  • Ristretto - Ristretto is traditionally a short shot of espresso coffee made with the normal amount of ground coffee but extracted with about half the amount of water in the same amount of time by using a finer grind. Extract a standard espresso shot with half the amount of water. Alternatively turn off a normal espresso extraction before the espresso starts to blonde. This produces a concentrated shot of coffee per volume. The opposite of a ristretto is a lungo, which is typically double the shot volume. Ristretto means “shortened” or “narrow” in Italian whereas lungo means “long.”

  • Cappuccino - A cappuccino is an espresso-based coffee drink that originated in Italy, and is traditionally prepared with double espresso and steamed milk foam.

  • Flat White - A flat white is a coffee drink consisting of espresso with microfoam (steamed milk with small, fine bubbles and a glossy or velvety consistency). It is comparable to a latte, but smaller in volume and with less microfoam, therefore having a higher proportion of coffee to milk, and milk that is more velvety in consistency – allowing the espresso to dominate the flavor, while being supported by the milk.

  • Irish Coffee - Irish coffee is a cocktail drink consisting of hot coffee, Irish whiskey, and sugar, stirred, and topped with cream.

  • Long Black - A long black is a style of coffee commonly found in New Zealand and Australia. It is similar to an Americano, but with a stronger aroma and taste. A long black is made by pouring a double-shot of espresso or ristretto over hot water. Usually the water is also heated by the espresso machine. A long black is similar to an Americano, which is made by pouring hot water over a double-shot of espresso or ristretto. Both retain the crema when brewed properly, though in the long black the crema will be more pronounced.

  • Caffe Americano - Caffè Americano is a type of coffee drink prepared by diluting an espresso with hot water, giving it a similar strength to, but different flavor from traditionally brewed coffee. The strength of an Americano varies with the number of shots of espresso and the amount of hot water added.

  • Caffee Mocha - A caffè mocha, also called mocaccino is a chocolate-flavored variant of a caffè latte. Other commonly used spellings are mochaccino and also mochachino. The name is derived from the city of Mocha, Yemen, which was one of the centers of early coffee trade.

  • Macchiato - Macchiato sometimes called espresso macchiato, is an espresso coffee drink with a dollop of milk, usually foamed. In Italian, macchiato means "stained" or "spotted" so the literal translation of caffè macchiato is "stained coffee", or coffee with a dollop of steamed milk.

  • Cortado - A cortado is a Spanish-origin general term for a beverage consisting of espresso mixed with a roughly equal amount of warm milk to reduce the acidity. The milk in a cortado is steamed, but not frothy and "texturized" as in many Italian coffee drinks. The word cortado is the past participle of the Spanish verb cortar (to cut), in the sense of "dilute", and can refer variously to either coffee or espresso drinks throughout Spain, Portugal and Cuba.

  • Cafe Cubano - Café Cubano is a type of espresso that originated in Cuba. Specifically, it refers to an espresso shot which is sweetened with demerara sugar which has been whipped with the first and strongest drops of espresso.