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    Cool Espresso Coffee β˜•πŸ˜‹

    Espresso Coffee


    Ingredients


    Boiled water 1 cup
    Milk powder 2 tbsp
    Coffee 1 tsp
    Sugar to taste
    Milk 1 cup
    Cardamom powder 1 pinch


    Cooking Directions

    Pour milk and water in a pan and heat it till it boils.
    Pour cardamom powder, sugar, milk powder and coffee in a blender.
    Put milk and water from pan in the blender and turn it on.
    Once it is well blended, pour it in glasses for serving.
    Sprinkle a pinch of coffee for decoration.
    Your Espresso Coffee is ready.







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    Easy Latte

    Ingredients


    β€’ 2 1/4 cups cold milk
    β€’ 1 cup espresso

    Cooking Directions

    Using the steam attachment on an espresso machine, warm and froth milk. Divide espresso between two coffee cups. Pour 1 cup of the warmed milk from beneath the froth into each cup. Spoon milk foam on top and serve.
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    Re: Espresso Coffee β˜•πŸ˜‹

    People also ask



    What is the difference between espresso coffee and regular coffee?


    The conclusive difference between espresso and coffee


    The difference between espresso and coffee is all to do with the way it's preparedβ€”not the beans themselves. In general, espresso requires a dark roast, fine grind, and high pressure to create an ounce or two (aka a β€œshot”) of concentrated coffee.





    Is Espresso stronger than regular coffee?


    A serving of regular drip coffee actually has more caffeine than a shot of espresso. According to the USDA, one 1.5-ounce shot of espresso has around 90-100 milligrams of caffeine. ... As a result, the caffeine jolt comes on faster and stronger than when leisurely sipping a cup of extra-dark roast.

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