Types of Coffee Drinks
A list of 30 coffee-based drinks that are popular around the world.
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created June 20, 2017
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|Type||Picture||Name Meaning||Origin||Coffee||Milk or Cream||Other Ingredients||Variations|
|Affogato||Drowned||Italy||Espresso: single shot||A scoop of vanilla gelato or ice cream||Some variations also include a shot of amaretto, Bicerin or other liqueur.|
|Americano||American (coffee)||United States||Espresso: 1/3||Hot water: 2/3||Iced americano (using cold water instead of hot water); Lungo (extracting an espresso shot for longer); Caffè crema (extracting an espresso shot significantly longer than a lungo); Red eye (made with drip coffee instead of hot water).|
|Bicerin||Small glass||Italy||Espresso: 1/3||Whole milk whipped to a creamy froth: 1/3||Hot chocolate: 1/3||In the United States heavy cream may be used instead of milk.|
|Breve||Short||United States||Espresso: 1/2||Steamed half-and-half mixture of milk and cream: 1/2||This is a variation of Caffè latte.|
|Café bombón||Confection||Spain||Espresso: 1/2||Sweetened condensed milk: 1/2||The Asian version popular in Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore uses ground coffee instead of espresso.|
|Café au lait||Coffee with milk||France||Dark coffee: 1/2||Steamed milk: 1/2||Using espresso instead of black coffee.|
|Caffè corretto||Corrected coffee||Italy||Espresso: single shot||A shot of liquor, usually grappa, and sometimes sambuca or brand||Rexentìn: after drinking the caffè corretto a small quantity of coffee remains in the cup, which is cleaned using the liquor used for the beverage, that will then be drunk.|
|Caffè crema||Cream coffee||Switzerland, Austria, and northern Italy||Long espresso||Running 180–240 ml of water when brewing an espresso|
|Caffè latte||Milk coffee||Italy||Espresso: 1/6||Steamed milk: 5/6||Variants include replacing the coffee with another drink base such as masala chai, mate, matcha or turmeric, and other types of milk, such as soy milk or almond milk; Iced latte.|
|Caffè macchiato||Stained coffee||Italy||Espresso: single shot||Foamed milk: a few drops|
|Caffè mocha||Named after the Red Sea coastal town of Mocha, Yemen, which was a dominant exporter of coffee with a notable chocolate taste.||Yemen||Espresso: 1/3||Steamed milk: 2/3||Chocolate (typically in the form of sweet cocoa powder, but sometimes using chocolate syrup); Flavoring with cinnamon or chocolate powder (optional); Marshmallows (optional)||White caffè mocha: made with white chocolate instead of milk or dark; Mochaccino: an espresso shot (double) with either a combination of steamed milk and cocoa powder or chocolate milk; Another variant is to use a coffee base instead of espresso.|
|Ca phe sua da||Iced milk coffee||Vietnam||Dark coffee: 2/3||Sweetened condensed milk: 1/3||Ice|
|Cappuccino||Small capuchin||Italy||Espresso: 1/3||Steamed milk: 1/3; Foamed milk: 1/3||Flavoring with cinnamon or chocolate powder (optional)||Using cream instead of milk.|
|Carajillo||Courage||Cuba||Black coffee||Whipped cream (optional)||Brandy, whisky, anisette, or rum||Black coffee with the spirit simply poured in; Heating the spirit with lemon, sugar and cinnamon and adding the coffee last.|
|Coffee milk||United States||Coffee syrup (sweetened coffee concentrate)||Milk||Coffee cabinet: an ice cream-based beverage consisting of coffee ice cream, coffee syrup, and milk.|
|Cortado||To cut, dilute||Spain||Espresso: 1/2||Warm dense milk: 1/2||Gibraltar: slightly more milk and and a cooler, lukewarm temperature; Cortado condensada, café con leche condensada or bombón: espresso with condensed milk; Leche y leche: espresso with condensed milk and cream on top.|
|Cuban espresso||Cuba||Espresso: single shot||Demerara sugar directly added to the espresso pitcher||Colada: 3–6 shots of Cuban-style espresso served in a Styrofoam cup along with small, plastic demitasses.|
|Espresso||The name refers to the speed and single-serve nature of the coffee compared with slower and more communal methods of brewing coffee.||Italy||Ground coffee||Size: single, double, triple, or more; Length: ristretto (reduced), normale/standard (normal), or lungo (long); Hot or Cold; Various espresso-based drinks.|
|Eiskaffee||Coffee with ice cream||Germany||Strong instant coffee||Whipped cream||2 scoops of vanilla ice cream; Chocolate chips or krokant|
|Flat white||The name refers to a thin layer of velvety microfoam on top of the coffee.||Australia and New Zealand||Espresso: 1/3||Microfoam: 2/3|
|Frappé coffee||Chilled coffee||Greece||Instant coffee (generally, spray-dried Nescafe)||Evaporated milk (optional)||Sugar, water, and ice||Three degrees of sweetness: glykós, métrios, and skétos; Kahlúa, Baileys Irish Cream, and chocolate milk are sometimes used for additional variation.|
|Frappuccino||A portmanteau of frappe and cappuccino||United States||Brewed coffee or espresso||Milk and whipped cream||Sugar, flavored syrups, and ice||Blended coffee; Blended crème; Seasonal blends; Bottled.|
|Galão||White coffee||Portugal||Espresso: 1/4||Foamed milk: 3/4|
|Indian filter coffee||The name refers to the tool for making coffee.||India||Dark roasted coffee beans||Frothed and boiled milk: 1–2 tablespoons to a cup||Roasted chicory (between 20 and 30 percent) blended with coffee beans|
|Irish coffee||Ireland||Black coffee: 8/15||Fresh cream: 1/5||Irish whiskey: 4/15; Brown sugar: 1 tablespoon||Using espresso instead of black coffee; Using whipped cream instead of fresh cream; made without cream.|
|Kopi Luwak||Civet coffee||Indonesia||Beans of coffee berries that have been eaten by the Asian Palm Civet or other related civets, then passed through its digestive tract|
|Oliang||Black and cold||Thailand||Black coffee||Evaporated or condensed milk (optional)||Brown sugar, ice, and various grains and seeds like cardamom, corn, soybeans, rice, and sesame seeds||Gopi: black coffee with condensed milk; Oliang - yoklo: black coffee with ice and fresh milk; iced coffee: black coffee with condensed milk, ice, and fresh milk.|
|Turkish coffee||Turkey||Very finely powdered roast coffee beans boiled two or three times in a pot and served into a cup||Bosnian coffee; Turek; Greek coffee.|
|Vienna coffee||Austria||Espresso: doubleshot||Whipped cream (until the cup is full)||Chocolate sprinklings (optional)|
|Yuanyang||Mandarin ducks, referring to the pair of two unlike items||Hong Kong||Black coffee||Evaporated or condensed milk||Black tea and sugar|