This drink is rumored to have been developed mid-century in Europe after a high demand of “American-style” coffee from the American G.I.’s aiding in World War II. Soldiers were used to the American style “drip coffee” seen in most US homes today. Hot water and espresso. Add cream and sugar, if desired.
A cappuccino comes from the Italian word cappello which translates into “hat”. A true cappuccino will have espresso, hot milk, and dense velvety foam spooned on top, which holds its form into a “hat” like shape.
The base of all coffee drinks we serve, a dense form of coffee popular in Europe.
Café Latte means “Coffee with Milk” and in recent years has been a medium for many creative flavors. Espresso is paired with hot milk and topped with a small amount of foam, and can be served with a number of flavors. Some of our popular combinations include the Cinnamon Toast Crunch (White Chocolate, Cinnamon, and Caramel), White Chocolate Raspberry, Almond Joy (Dark Chocolate, Almond, and Coconut), and a Coconut Macaroon Coffee (Cinnamon, Coconut, and Caramel.) You’re always welcome to come up with your own combinations.