One fantastic thing about coffee is that there are so many different types and variations of the drink that you can try for yourself. Not a fan of brewed coffee? Why not try a Cappucino? Or an Americano perhaps? With so many to choose from, you’re sure to find a favourite.
From espressos to brewed coffees, different people drink different coffees for different reasons. Some love a good espresso because it’s a quick, easy, and tasty way to get the caffeine buzz a lot of us need to get ourselves going before work. Others like to savour the taste of their coffee and drink a creamy espresso they can relax and enjoy in their local cafe.
Wherever your tastes lay when it comes to great coffee, it’s definitely worth giving these four types of coffee a try at some point or another.
Brewed coffee is made using a drip coffee maker in most households and cafes. It’s a simple and inexpensive way to enjoy a nice coffee in the comfort of your own home.
You can buy many new types of coffee to be brewed, allowing you to experiment and see what you enjoy. Coffee brewed this way tends to have a distinct taste that many people love.
Another great thing about brewed coffee is that many drip coffee makers can be set to start brewing your beverage at a specific time, so you can have one ready for when you wake up, how convenient!
Espressos are like shots of concentrated coffee that many people drink to get that quick jolt of caffeine they need in the morning. The consistency of espressos are much thicker than most your other coffees as much less water is used to make them.
If you find yourself looking to try a new cup of coffee but maybe you don’t have the time to sit in your local cafe and enjoy, try a quick and simple espresso.
You may be surprised to know that an Americano isn’t actually all that different from an espresso. It’s essentially an espresso with more water, making it less thick and not as strong tasting as an espresso. Still, it is a very popular drink simply because many find it easier to drink and enjoy over the classic espresso.
If you find an espresso too strong for your taste, give an americano a try, it’ll give you that fantastic espresso taste, without as much of the intensity.
A cappuccino also has its roots traced back to the classic espresso; however this is less intense beverage which is much more creamy and customisable coffee than both the espresso and americano.
With a nice foamy cream on top, it is popular for coffee drinkers to sprinkle a little vanilla and/or chocolate on top for a much sweeter taste. If you have a sweet tooth, you might find the cappuccino to be your perfect drink when you add some extras in there.
Find Your New Favourite Coffee
Good Cup Coffee Company hopes you try out some new coffees that can be found out there, our list above is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to different types of coffee.
If you’re looking to serve or try some of these delicious coffees, why not head on over to our Coffee section and check out what we have on offer? You’re guaranteed to find something fantastic.