Milih Minuman KOPi…jangan salah lagi! :)

Gara-gara 3x saya salah milih minuman coffee…mangkanya siang ini saya sempatin nulis di blog ini tentang macem2 jenis minuman kopi!!!
:)) memang manusia mudah lupa…2x kesalahan saat mesen copy di Castricum-Netherlands, sambil nunggu temen saya pesen coffee “Espresso Double”. Ternyata isinya cuman dikit, sepertiga cangkir kecil, kopi murni, paaiiiit bianget cuman dikasih 1 permen buat pemanis lidah :))
Karena masih musti nunggu, saya pesen lagi yang “Espresso” aja..mikir saya nih pasti 1 gelas gedhe dan manis…eeeeh ternyata sama dikit dan pait :))
Siang ini di library Flinders uni. saya pengin banget minum coffee, saya pesen lagi di cafetaria library…wuah jian lupa saya, di list atas ada tulisan “Espresso” saya pesen lagi….wuph!! dasar masak jadi kebo sih masuk lubang lumpur sama 3x!!! :)) Habis duwit banyak, nggak enak minumannya, tapi nggak belajar dr pengalaman🙂 Mudah2an siang ini titik balik nggak salah lagi!!!🙂

Benernya aku pengin Coffee itu lho yang manis, berbuih, dan ada coklat di atasnya spt yg biasa aku beli di bandara. Coffee apa ya namanya?
Yach ini aja dech jenis2 coffee, saya mulai dari FAVORITE saya dulu biar nggak lupa!🙂

1. “Cappuccino”

Cappuccino usually consists of equal parts espresso, steamed milk, and frothed milk. All this makes the coffee taste more diluted and weaker. Some coffee shops will sprinkle cinnamon or flaked chocolate on top and other will add more milk than others. All shops make some variance to suit the taste of regular customers.

2. “Dry Cappuccino”

This is a regular cappuccino but without steamed milk and small amount of foam.

3. Cafe Latte

Cafe Latte has more milk than a cappuccino. It is one part espresso with at least three to five parts ofsteamed hot milk with a small amount of froth on top. Latte in Italian means ‘milk’, so be careful ordering one when in Rome.

Flavored coffee

These are made to taste and more a local tradition. A great variety exists in different parts of the world. The flavor can be either a mix of syrups, spices (eg. cinnamon), flavorings or nutmegs that are added to the coffee and give coffee a different taste.

White coffee

A black coffee with milk added.

Cafe au Lait

Similar to ‘ Caffe Latte’ with an equal milk to coffee in the ratio of 1:1, It is made from brewed coffee and not from espresso. The taste is milder and less intense due to it consisting 50% milk

Cafe Breva

A cappuccino made with half and half milk, instead of whole milk. The theory is that the mix gives a richer, creamier flavor. You should be aware, before trying this for yourself, that half and half is much harder to foam.

Cafe Macchiato

A shot of espresso with steamed milk added. The ratio of coffee to milk is approximately 4:1.

Cafe Latte Fredo

It is a type of cold coffee. Cafe Latte Fredo is an espresso mixed with cold milk in similar proportions as a Cafe Latte that is usually shaken well with ice in a cocktail shaker.

Cafe Mocha

Quite popular with the ladies or after dinner coffee. It is one part espresso with one part chocolate syrup and two or three parts of frothed milk. You could also ask for some whipped cream. Mocha was the popular coffee port route in the 17th century.

Espresso con Panna

Another espresso that is topped with a small amount of whipped cream.

Espresso Granita

A kind of cocktail coffee! It is one shot of espresso that is mixed with a teaspoon of soft brown sugar and on this is added a splash of brandy. It is then frozen, crushed and served in a parfait glass with whipped cream.

Frappe

This is a cold espresso and popularly ordered in some cafes in Europe and Latin America during summer months. Generally prepared using 1-2 teaspoons of instant coffee with sugar, water and ice. The brew is next placed in a long glass with ice, and milk turning it into a big coffee milkshake.

Turkish Coffee or Known also as Greek Coffee

A ‘different preparation from the usual coffee. It is thicker and made usually made in an ‘cezve’ which is a long-handled, open, brass or copper pot. Finely ground coffee and water are boiled together to making a mix of muddy and thick coffee. Once it is made it is served in smaller cups called ‘Demitasse’ cups. Sugar and sometimes cardamom pods or spices (more Arabic) are added before it is brewed and all this is left for sometime to allow it to settle before it is sipped. In Greek coffee Chicory is used and cracked cardamom pods to Turkish coffee.

Indian (Madras) filter coffee

The popular ‘South Indian’ filter coffee is made from fresh ground, dark-roasted coffee Arabica or Peaberry beans. It is left for a few hours to drip-brew in a traditional metal coffee filter. It is served with coffee to milk ratio of usually 3:1.

Instant coffee (or soluble coffee)

These have become very popular over the years due more to convenience and some people are not even aware that there are so many other tastes to try out and when served the real coffee fail to appreciate the aroma and its taste. The coffee is available in packets as granules or soluble powder.

Hammerhead or Shot in the Dark

This is a mix of espresso and drip coffee in a regular-sized coffee cup. Many cafes rename this drink further to their own names or as per to their needs.

Iced coffee

This is a regular coffee served with ice, and sometimes milk and sugar.

Irish coffee

If you want to have whiskey with coffee try this coffee. It consists of coffee that is spiked with Irish whiskey, with added cream on top. Best suited for a cold winter night to keep you warm.

Kopi Tubruk

If you visit islands of Java and Bali in Indonesia you can try this coffee. It is similar to Turkish or Greek coffee as it very thick.

Lungo

This is 2-3 shot of espresso and has more water to pass through coffee grounds.

Ristretto

The name means ‘restricted’. It is like Lungo, but exactly the opposite as it has less water with 0.75 oz espresso.

Melya

Coffee with honey. Made by using coffee that is mixed with 1 teaspoon of unsweetened powdered cocoa and drizzled honey. It can be served with cream.

Vietnamese Coffee

Uses more and like south Indian coffee uses a metal mesh. Hot water is dripped through the metal mesh and after this the intense brew is poured over ice and sweetened with condensed milk.

If you are a heavy coffee drinker and wish to reduce the number of cuppa, there are also several coffee substitutes available in the market. These include green tea, licorice tea, black tea, ginseng tea, or even decaf. Some have negligible caffeine content while others (like decaf) have much lesser caffeine constituency than regular coffee.

I DO NOT  LIKE:

Espresso

Espresso has no milk, just pure coffee. Most traditional coffee recipes revolve around a single or double espresso shots. If you are a coffee connoisseur then you should try and learn how to make one.
It is generally made from a single 1 oz shot of coffee made with 7 Gms of finely ground coffee extracted at between 18 and 25 seconds. There are many recopies and this is small selection to choose from

Porsinya sedikit banget dan rasanya cuman pahiiit!!😦

Americano (American) – This is espresso shot that is diluted to taste with hot water. The name was given to insult Americans who the Europeans believed were not up to drinking full espressos.

Black coffee: Coffee served with no milk.

 
Read more: Taste of Coffee – Types of Coffee Drinks and Varieties | Medindia http://www.medindia.net/patients/patientinfo/coffee-types-varieties.htm#ixzz1Y5WWdls1

Jadi Sekali lagi, kalo mau minum Kopi di luar negeri untuk lidah orang Indonesia, mending cari: CAPPUCINNO!!!🙂

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