The different types of coffee in English

The different types of coffee in English

Whether during a meeting with friends or after a lunch break, while working on a project to finish for tomorrow or during your revisions, a cup of coffee with full-bodied aromas is always welcome. For many people, the day does not start without a cup of coffee. If you recognize yourself in this description, you are in the right place!

This article is for coffee lovers who want to know the names of different types of coffee in English.

"I prefer latte"

The different types of coffee in English

Here are several ways to make a coffee. You've probably heard of it before, but now you'll know how to use it in English.

This type of coffee is a good option for those who do not like the intense aromas of coffee. A cappuccino is a coffee served with milk and milk froth. The expert baristas (those who make the coffee) often draw pretty patterns in the milk froth to serve you a nice cappuccino. It almost makes you want to not touch it! Like other types of coffee, cappuccino is native to Italy.

Latte coffee (or coffee with milk) is another option appreciated by those who do not like their coffee too much. Latte coffee contains even more milk than coffee. Its taste is therefore sweeter than that of a cappuccino.

Espresso is particularly appreciated by those who love their strong and intense coffee. The coffee is concentrated and served in a small cup. To make an espresso, hot water must be passed under pressure through finely ground and roasted coffee.

An american coffee is a coffee made with espresso and hot water. This type of coffee gets its name from its popularity in the United States.

Iced coffee
All the types of coffee we have mentioned so far are served hot. But what if you want coffee during a summer day?

The solution ? An iced coffee! The "iced coffee" is prepared by adding cold milk and ice cubes to a classic coffee, so you can enjoy a good coffee even when the mercury climbs.

Decaf (decaffeinated coffee)
Deca ( decaf ) is a coffee without caffeine, particularly appreciated by those who like the taste of coffee but who are careful with their diet or have a light sleep. Coffee purists, on the other hand, do not really like deca!

Caffeinated coffee
A coffee with caffeine is a regular coffee, the opposite of a deca. It's the one that wakes you up in the morning, which helps you concentrate and recharge your batteries in the afternoon. An excellent way to avoid falling asleep.

Instant coffee
Instant coffee is in the form of a powder to be mixed with hot water. Very handy when you can not prepare a traditional cup of coffee but you need a boost.

Coffee aficionado
This term refers to coffee lovers who can not live without their favorite beverage. They are real experts. They know a lot about coffee, and they usually know how to choose a good coffee.

This is the term for the person who prepares your coffee when you order it at a coffee shop or brewery.

The after-taste ( aftertaste ) is the taste that remains in the mouth after drinking coffee. Different types of coffee have different after-tastes. This term does not apply only to coffee, but can be used for any type of food or drink.

Order coffee in a cafe

The different types of coffee in English

Here are some of the questions the barista may ask you when ordering your coffee.

Do you take it black?
Meaning: Do you take your coffee without sugar or milk?

Do you prefer skim milk?
Meaning: Do you want skim milk in your coffee?

If you prefer whole milk, you can use the term "whole milk".

Example: I prefer whole milk, thanks.

Do you prefer half-and-half?
Meaning: Do you want 50% coffee and 50% milk and foam?

Coffee makes us stern, serious and philosophical.

Richard Lidell

See you soon ! Stay motivated to learn English ... with a good cup of coffee!

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