Popular Coffee Style in Australia

Espresso

Espresso is the core, classic espresso drinks such as flat white, latte, long black, cappuccino. In which, espresso brewed by forcing a small amount of nearly boiling water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans.

Espresso

Flat White

A standard flat white involves a single or double shot of espresso, a generous pour of silky steamed milk, and a thin layer of microfoam.

Flat White

Latte

A typical latte is made with one shot of espresso, pour with silky steamed milk and topped with milk foam for both flavor and presentation.

Latte

Long Black

You can ask for a long black if you are looking for an Americano. A double shot espresso poured into hot water is about as close to drip coffee as it gets.

Short Black

It just simply a single shot of espresso.

Long and Short Black

Long Macchiato

Long macchiato is where it gets a little complicated, due to difference baristas got different approach, mainly in two types as follows:

Type A: A double shot espresso with a dash of milk foam.

Type B: A double shot espresso poured with hot water with a dash of milk foam.

Short Macchiato

A short macchiato is understood as a single shot of espresso with a dash of milk foam.

Macchiato

Cappuccino

A single shot of espresso, steamed milk with a heavy layer of milk foam with a thin layer of cocoa powder.

Cappuccino

Ristretto

Half the extraction period as a normal espresso, hence, a shot stopped around 13 to 15 seconds into its pull rather than the typical 27 to 30 seconds of a standard espresso.

Ristretto