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List of Coffee Beverages

List of Coffee Beverages


This is an Italian dessert where espresso has been poured over vanilla ice cream; it can be enjoyed by sipping or eaten with a spoon.

Americano or Long Black

Is a shot or two of expresso brewed with extra water.


Native to Turin, Italy Bicerin is a traditional beverage serves in layers of espresso, drinking chocolate and whole milk, in the United States they may use heavy cream instead of whole milk.


This is the American version of a latte using a steamed half-and-half mixture of milk and cream instead of milk.

Café Bombón

Originating in Valencia, Spain the Café Bombón is espresso with sweetened condensed milk in a 1:1 ratio. In various countries the type of coffee my change.

Café au lait

This beverage is half brewed coffee with half warmed milk, this is to thin the strong coffee

Caffé Corretto

An Italian drink consisting of a shot of espresso and liquor usually Grappa or Sambuca.

Café Crema

Is basically as long black but served primarily in Northern Italy, Switzerland, and Austria and along the Italian/Swiss and Italian/Austrian border.

Caffé Latte

Has one or three shots of espresso at the bottom of the mug and is topped up with steamed milk and thin layer of foam,

Caffé macchiato

This drink is for those who especially like an intense coffee flavor as this beverage contains a shot of espresso topped up with foam or sometimes whipped cream.

Café mélange

A half cup of black coffee and creamy milk topped up with foam.

Coffee milk

Coffee Milk is a drink made of coffee syrup and milk mixed like chocolate milk.

Cafe mocha or Mocaccino

A Mocha is composed of espresso, chocolate and steamed milk with chocolate powder. Some Café’s use chocolate syrup which changes the way the drink tastes.

Ca phe sua da

This is a Vietnamese iced coffee using medium to coarse ground dark roast.


Has a double shot of espresso with hot steamed milk as well as foam.


A Spanish drink it contains coffee with whisky, brandy, rum or anisette.


Espresso mixed with an equal amount of dense milk.

Cuban espresso

An espresso sweetened with demerara sugar.

Espresso or Short Black

This is basically 30ml of espresso

The Flat White

Espresso based beverage that has little to no foam. Flat whites are usually seen with wonderful coffee art


A Frappuccino is a Starbucks drink where coffee or other base ingredients like strawberries and bananas are blended with ice and other various ingredients, usually topped with whipped cream and sauces.


Comes in a tall glass with ¼ of coffee and ¾ foamed milk.

Greek frappé coffee

A Greek iced coffee drink made from water, sugar and instant coffee

Iced Coffee , Eiskaffee

Is coffee made with ice, milk and sometimes ice cream. You can have almost any type of iced coffee like iced mocha or iced lattes.

Indian filter coffee

With decoction obtained by brewing finely ground coffee powder in a traditional Indian filter it is mixed with frothed and boiled milk.

Instant coffee

Coffee in which y0ou just add boiling water to though some ad extra milk and sugar.

Irish coffee

Commonly called a cocktail Irish coffee consists of Irish whisky, sugar and hot coffee that is dunked through the thick cream that is layered on top.

Liqueur coffee

Any type of coffee with alcohol in it.

Kopi Luwak or Civet Coffee

Is a drink that includes part digested coffee cherries that are eaten by Asian palm civet.

Kopi Tubruk

Indonesian-style coffee where solid sugar is boiled along with coarse coffee grounds.

Greek or Turkish coffee

This beverage is made by boiling finely grounded coffee beans in water then served in small finely decorated cups.

Vienna coffee

A double shot of espresso coffee smothered with a layer of whipped cream, with a light dusting of chocolate and sometimes served with a chocolate square to finish.


Most commonly served in Hong Kong Yuanyang is a mixture of three parts of coffee and seven parts of Hong Kong-style milk tea.