What’s The Difference Between Mocha, Latte, Frappe, Espresso, And Cappuccino Coffees?

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There are a lot of different espresso-based drinks, sometimes this much variety can be confusing. I have a friend who admitted that she didn’t like to go a coffee shop. She couldn’t choose between macchiato, latte, cappuccino, mocha, and many others because she didn’t know what they were. She was embarrassed to ask the barista what the differences were, so she started tobuy a different coffee drink every day.

What makes these coffee beverages different from each other? What are the distinctive characteristics between them?

Here are the major differences between latte, cappuccino, and mocha:

  • Cappuccino – 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steamed milk, 1/3 foamed milk
    The espresso is toned down with milk, but the coffee taste is still featured.
  • Latte – 1/6 espresso, 4/6 steamed milk, 1/6 foamed milk
    This is a milk based drink with just a little coffee.
  • Mocha – 2/5 espresso, 2/5 chocolate, 1/5 steamed milk
    A strong…

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