You know that feeling of when you walk into a cafe, you look at the menu, and you honestly don't know what half of the drinks even mean? Or the words like "latte" and "cappuccino" are familiar, but what do they actually mean? What's the difference?
I have a little chart for you that should hopefully clear some of that up! One way to think of it is from lowest to highest amount of foam is flat white, latte, cappuccino, and a piccolo is like a smaller and stronger flat white, a cortado is a smaller latte, and a macchiato is a smaller stronger cappuccino, in amounts of foam that is. Each coffee drink is it's own unique flavor and process, so giving them each a taste would not be a waste! See? I even rhymed it to make you want to try it.
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