- ( a glossary)
Espresso Coffee - This is a strong black coffee which
is brewed by forcing hot water under pressure through finely ground
Cappuccino - is made from equal quantities of espresso
and hot milk and topped with cinnamon and nutmeg and typically
Café Noir - This is strong black coffee that is
usually well sweetened, perhaps with the addition of a little
brandy or liqueur, but without milk or cream; it is served in
Café au Lait - This is simply very strong coffee
to which a large amount of hot milk is added.
Caffè Latte - A strong cup of espresso coffee topped
with frothy steamed milk.
Irish Coffee - A very strong cup of hot coffee, brown
sugar, a good measure of whiskey and a floating of heavy cream
make the perfect Irish coffee.
Coffee Eggnog - A cup of hot coffee with a little milk
is whisked into a beaten egg; this is then poured back into a
cup or mug and served. Coffee eggnog is thought by some people
to be a nourishing and easy to digest drink.
Coffee Pods - these are a single measure of espresso or
ground coffee made as a convenient method of coffee making in
a machine. However it should be noted that not all coffee pods
fit all coffee machines.