· No matter what style of coffee your preference is, it all begins with the bean. Many will argue that only a black brew is real coffee, or it’s a long black (errr Australian version of Americano) often making those who like their brew with cream or with sweetener or even a latte with caramel, feel like second-class coffee devotees.
· Besides cappuccino, there are many variations of coffee, including “espresso,” “lungo” (long black), “ristretto” (short black), “macchiato” (espresso with a dash of milk), “caffè corretto” (espresso with alcohol), and “shakerato” (cold coffee with ice and sugar mixed in a shaker and served in a martini glass).
· Another black option but with nothing else – like a Long Black without sugar. Kopi Gao (if you want it strong) This means hot coffee with condensed milk and sugar, and extra coffee powder. Kopi Po (if you prefer it weak) That’s a cup of hot coffee with condensed milk and sugar, and less coffee powder. I don’t think I’ll want it weaker haha.
· My verdict: the long black and cappuccino here are ok, just not strong enough to inject a long-lasting woke into me for the whole morning. BTW, it’s not me cheekily trying to make up for the frequently high caffeine intake with mixed fruit smoothies. 🙃. I still make rookie mistakes sometimes when shooting film, this photo is an example (you’ll see more later on).
· Overall, the names for coffee drinks in Australia are super different and take a while to adjust to. Pictured is a long black on the left and a flat white on the right. Coffee is very different in Australia vs. America. Words Pronounced Differently.
· The longer brews (DL, SL, Bo and KK) show unsurprisingly that they can extract more elements than a simple espresso brew, whether this was done with a true espresso machine or a Nespresso machine. This was to be expected as by using more water to coffee we both increase the quantity of it that goes through the grounds and the extraction time.
· Shanghai Lungo Review. A new capsule in the World Explorations line, inspired by the coffee culture of Shanghai. Brown foam. Very intense aroma, sweet like biscuits, and strongly roasty. Barely noticeable in the aroma are floral hints like of roses and lavender. Acidic and dry at first, with a medium body.
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