15 coffee drinks drink to break your coffee routine

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Few things in life can substitute a great shot of espresso. But apart from being a great pick me up, did you know that most of your favourite coffee beverages are based on Espresso? If you want to break your coffee routine, check out our 15 great espresso based coffee drinks. Some are sweet, some are boozy, some are simply irresistible like the affogato. Some can even save your life - see the Red Eye. They all have one thing in common – a great shot of best quality espresso you can get at home.

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  1. 15 Coffee Drinks To Break Your Coffee Routine Èspresso 1882 Australia Proudly Presents www.1882.com.au
  2. Espresso is great, but… Few things in life can substitute a great shot of espresso. But apart from being a great pick me up, did you know that most of your favourite coffee beverages are based on Espresso? If you want to break your coffee routine, check out our 15 great espresso based coffee drinks. Some are sweet, some are boozy, some are simply irresistible like the affogato. Some can even save your life - see the Red Eye. They all have one thing in common – a great shot of best quality espresso you can get at home. Èspresso 1882 passion changes everything…
  3. Ristretto Ristretto is a very short shot of espresso coffee.The resultant shot could be described as bolder, fuller, with more body and less bitterness.There’s less caffeine compared to regular espresso but the same amount of coffee oils and flavour. It’s short and sweet - and you can prepare it just like a regular espresso. One shot of espresso is 8grams of coffee in 30 ml of water, while one shot of ristretto is normally 8grams of coffee in 15ml of water, making ristretto very strong. just a shorter espresso
  4. Doppio Doppio in espresso is a double shot, extracted using a double coffee filter in the portafilter. a double espresso shot is typically around 60 ml (2 fl oz), while a double ristretto is typically 25-30 ml (~1 fl oz). just go double
  5. Irish coffee The classic cocktail is made of hot coffee, Irish whiskey, and sugar (some recipes specify that brown sugar should be used) topped with thick cream. The original Irish coffee was invented and named by Joe Sheridan, a head chef in Foynes, County Limerick just use espresso, whiskey, sugar and thick cream
  6. Caffè corretto The corretto is an Italian cocktail of espresso, grappa, and sambuca or brandy.This one is an ultimate pregame for the worldly ones. It is also known (outside of Italy) as an "espresso corretto". just use espresso and grappa, sambuca or brandy
  7. Affogato An affogato is a espresso-based beverage. It usually takes the form of a scoop of vanilla gelato or ice cream topped with a shot of hot espresso. Some variations also include a shot of Amaretto or other liqueur. “Affogato al cafe” means “drowned in coffee” just use espresso and a scoop of vanilla ice cream
  8. Café viennois A classic in the cafés of Budapest and Vienna, the viennois is made of espresso, hot milk, and whipped cream. In Australia a similar drink may be called Café Vienna although Espresso con panna will traditionally be in an espresso sized cup, whereas Café Vienna will be served in the same size as a latte. just use espresso, hot milk, and whipped cream.
  9. Espresso con panna Espresso con panna, which means "espresso with cream" in Italian, is a single or double shot of espresso topped with whipped cream and it’s just that— sweet whipped cream mingling with the bitterness of coffee just use espresso and whipped cream
  10. Café frappé Before the frappuccino, there was the Greek frappé: foam-covered iced coffee. Frappé coffee (also Greek frappé or Café frappé) is a Greek foam-covered iced coffee drink made from instant coffee (generally, spray-dried). Accidentally invented in 1957 in the city of Thessaloniki, it is now the most popular coffee among Greek youth and foreign tourists. just use instant coffee and milk
  11. Vietnamese iced coffee Vietnamese iced coffee, also known as Ca phe da or cafe da is a traditional Vietnamese coffee recipe. At its simplest, it is made with coarsely ground Vietnamese-grown dark roast coffee individually brewed with a small metal French drip filter into a cup containing about a quarter to a half as much sweetened condensed milk, stirred and poured over ice.
  12. Café con hielo Café con hielo translates directly to “coffee with ice” but this drink is straight up iced espresso. So it could also be referred to as coffee on the rocks. It is a great alternative to frappé or any other Iced coffee drink.
  13. Yuanyang Yuanyang or Coffee with tea is a popular beverage in Hong Kong, made of a mixture of three parts of coffee and seven parts of Hong Kong-style milk tea.The name yuanyang refers to Mandarin ducks.The male and female look very different — like the coffee and milk tea used to make the drink — but still represent conjugal love in Chinese culture. just use espresso and milk tea
  14. Red eye A close relative of the Americano, the red eye is espresso mixed with brewed coffee. A red eye is a fortified coffee drink in which espresso is combined with normal drip brew coffee. It is known by various names, some of which refer to different variants. Drip coffee to which espresso is added may be called a Red Eye (1), Black Eye (2), Dead Eye (3), depending on the number of espresso shots added. just use espresso and drip coffee
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  16. Cortado A cortado is an espresso cut with a small amount of warm milk.The word cortado is the past participle of the Spanish verb cortar (to cut). In Spanish-speaking countries, a cortado is similar to the Italian caffè macchiato, where a small amount of warm milk is added to "cut" the espresso. just use espresso and milk
  17. Café cubano Café Cubano (Cuban coffee, Cuban espresso, cafecito, Cuban pull, Cuban shot) is a type of espresso which originated in Cuba after espresso machines were first imported there from Italy. Specifically, it refers to an espresso shot which is sweetened with demerara sugar as it is being brewed just use espresso and demerara sugar
  18. Flat white A flat white is a coffee beverage developed in Australia and New Zealand in the 1980s. It is prepared by pouring microfoam (steamed milk with small, fine bubbles and a glossy or velvety consistency) over a double shot of espresso (sometimes ristretto espresso). just use espresso and microfoam milk
  19. Espresso Martini Espresso Martini is just one of many coffee-flavored Martini recipes being made today. It is a great party drink as it uses chilled espresso that gives it a caffeinated kick which you just can't duplicate with coffee liqueurs alone. It is usually made of 1 1/2 ounces vodka, 3/4 ounce Kahlua coffee liqueur, 1/4 ounce white creme de cacao and 1 ounce cold espresso just use espresso, vodka, Kahlua, white creme de cacao
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