Shanaya Kapoor Enjoys Winter In Milan With A Cup Of Cappuccino

As the temperature drops, everyone craves hearty and comforting food that can protect us in the chilly winter. From hot soups to flavourful parathas, there are many indulging delights you can relish in this season. Coming to beverages, coffee drinks like espresso, mocha and cappuccino are some of the top choices to stay warm.  

Speaking particularly about cappuccino, this classic Italian drink is loved all over the world. It is prepared from equal parts of espresso, steamed milk and thick foam. Known to have a strong coffee flavour with a creamier, milky sweetness, it is a go-to drink for many people during winter. Recently, Shanaya Kapoor was also seen sipping a hot cup of cappuccino. Take a look. 

While in Milan, Italy on her New Year's vacation, Shanaya has been posing around the city's cathedrals, cafes and more. The 24-year-old daughter of actor Sanjay Kapoor recently dropped some cute pictures on her Instagram where she was seen relishing a steamy cup of cappuccino. The series of pics began with Shanaya taking a sip out of a white cup, followed by her posing with the same. In one of the frames, there is also a pie-like dish placed on the table.  

The pictures were uploaded with a caption, “One cappuccino please.” It has got more than 58k likes and people in the comment section love this post of her. For those unversed, Shanaya's cappuccino indulgence is quite significant because Italy is the land where this drink and many other coffee beverages were born. While the cappuccino is now popular around the world and easily available even in India, getting a taste of the hot beverage in its homeland makes for a great, authentic experience and one that Shanaya was smart not to miss out on.

If you are also craving cappuccino after watching Shanaya enjoying it, here is an easy recipe to make a cup for yourself at home. 

Cappuccino Recipe 

Total time-15 minutes 

Serves: 2 


  • 2 cups milk 
  • 1 cinnamon stick 
  • 2 cups strong coffee 
  • Sugar to taste 
  • Ground cinnamon


  • Heat milk and the cinnamon stick in a medium saucepan and just until the milk comes to a boil. 
  • Reduce the flame and let it simmer for about 10 minutes. 
  • Discard the cinnamon stick and pour 1/2 cup of coffee in the cup. 
  • Stir in sugar and pour the hot milk, raising it high. Sprinkle a pinch of ground cinnamon and serve immediately.