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Coffee-shops are good places for first dates. Coffee-shops with Wi-Fi are great for staying in touch with friends or getting your work done while sipping a cappuccino. Coffee-shops are also good places to try out various brands of healthy organic coffee as well as the various types of coffee house coffee. First of all let us look at the types of coffee available in coffee-shops and then how to use their stock to try out new brands of coffee.
Coffee House Coffee
First of all, all coffee in a coffee house starts with espresso. Hopefully they use healthy organic coffee in making their espresso but you probably have to ask for it. Espresso is very concentrated coffee that retains a lot of dissolved as well as suspended solids from the roasted coffee bean. It is made by forcing steam (boiling water) through fine ground coffee. It has a thicker feel because of the suspended solids and foam because of the pressurized steam. Espresso concentrates the flavors of coffee and is served in a small cup, usually an ounce (30 cc). Espresso is about four times more concentrated than the cup of coffee that you probably had a home for breakfast.