In Italian, cappuccino means "little cap," which aptly describes the head of foamed milk that sits atop the drink's espresso base. Variations of this drink involve flavouring it with cinnamon or chocolate powder
Cappuccino is one of the most popular drinks for coffee lovers across the globe. Light and foamy, a cappuccino is an Italian coffee drink that is traditionally prepared with equal parts double espresso, steamed milk, and steamed milk foam on top. A hot cup of cappuccino and a buttery croissant are, in fact, the typical breakfast in Italy. And cappuccino is the richest of all coffee types.
In Italian, cappuccino means "little cap," which aptly describes the head of foamed milk that sits atop the drink's espresso base. Variations of this drink involve flavouring it with cinnamon or chocolate powder. And if you’ve ever wondered how you can make that perfect-looking cappuccino from your favourite coffee shop at home, we've got you covered.
Thanks to technology, we are equipped with some amazing kitchen appliances that can get us some of the most exotic dishes from around the world in the comfort of our homes in no time. The microwave is a boon for many, but for coffee aficionados, it is the coffee maker that has changed everything.
Wish you could make a quick cup of cappuccino? Now, you can. A coffee maker not only ensures that a cup of coffee is ready for you in no time, it also helps you make and style delicious café-style coffee without leaving your home. It is useful equipment that would be a great addition to the kitchen. For instance, Morphy Richards coffee maker brews 4 cups of coffee at a time, and the temperature control function of the coffee maker can keep coffee warm for up to 40 minutes after brewing.
Now that you've got yourself a coffee maker, let’s get you started with how you can perfect that cup of cappuccino in a coffee maker.
For the espresso: