I was lucky because I had an opportunity to stay in Italy and to master the art of coffee from an Italian barista. For 4 months I woke up every morning and my day started from preparing perfect cappuccino.
Foamy cappuccino is a favourite drink for many a coffee addicts and lovers. You need only two basic barista skills: making espresso and foaming milk and you can learn how to make cappuccinos by yourself.
A cappuccino is an Italian coffee that is authenticly prepared with a double espresso, milk, and steamed milk foam. Typically it is smaller in volume than a latte coffee, with a thicker layer of microfoam. The bubbles of foam are so small that they are unseen, but make the milk way lighter and thicker.
- 2 shots espresso (a double shot) I use Lavazza coffee
- 4 ounces (120 ml) milk
- Firstly, pull a double shot of espresso into a cappuccino cup.
- Secondly, Foam the milk to double its original volume.
- Then, pour the espresso with foamed milk right away. Cappuccino is only espresso and foam, but the liquid milk quickly settles out of the foam and creates parts foam, steamed milk, and espresso.
- Ready to drink.