A Liquid Hug For Your Brain



The secret of survival.

Have you ever tasted a freshly brewed cup of coffee in the morning and enjoyed its heavenly smell? If not you are missing out.

There are different types of coffees to suit different personalities, whether you enjoy the naturally bitter taste of coffee or you like the sweet side of it, here are things you need to know about the different drinks.



the base for most coffee drinks you can get a shot of espresso or two depending on how strong and bitter you like the taste.




Cappuccino and Latte

These two coffee drinks are quite similar they both are made up of a shot of espresso mixed with steam milk, this drink is considered to be much sweeter than an espresso shot. The only difference is cappuccino has a thicker layer of foam at the top and usually comes with a hint of a chocolate flavor.

Americano and Turkish Coffee

In my household, these two types of coffee are most common. An Americano aka black coffee is basically an espresso shot mixed with hot water, while, Turkish coffee is made by boiling the ground coffee beans. Turkish coffee is much more bitter in taste than black coffee and is also considered more bitter than an espresso shot.

Other types of coffee such as Macchiato, Mocha, Flat White, and Frappuccino are also based on a shot of espresso, the only difference is the sweetly flavored additions on each, to make the taste less bitter.

personally, I love all types of coffee drinks and depending on my need for the day I choose the drink, however, let’s be honest the more you dilute your coffee with flavors and water, the less you will feel the pure taste of coffee.

But hey if you are a sweetly flavored coffee person, you are not alone. So let’s all drown in the type of coffee we enjoy the most!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Aysli says:

    This is a great blog about coffe


    1. cravethedish says:

      Thankyou for your feedback.


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