Serving Coffee

There are various ways to have your coffee, how would you like yours today?

  • Cappuccino –  Shot of espresso in a ceramic cup with creamy, textured milk on top, extending over the rim to create a “dome”.

  • Caffee Latte – Shot of espresso usually in a glass with creamy, textured milk poured on top. Finished caffe latte will be level with the rim of the glass.

  • Flat White – Shot of espresso in a ceramic cup with creamy, textured milk poured on top. Less froth than a caffee latte. A flat white is an Australian invention.

  • Caffe Mocha – Chocolate drinking with a shot of espresso served in a ceramic cup with creamy, textured milk on top.

  • Espresso / Short black – A shot of espresso (30ml) servced in a small cup.

  • Long Black – Two shots of espresso served on hot water in a regular sized seramic cup.

  • Ristretto – 2/3 of a shot of espresso served in a small cup.

  • Piccolo Latte – A ristretto shot served in a short macchiato glass with textured milk up to the top.

  • Short Macchiato – A shot of espresso served in a short macchiato glass with a dash of milk and creamy forth.

  • Long Macchiato – A long black with a dash of milk and creamy froth.

  • Doppio – Two shots of espresso.

  • Affogato – Two shots of espresso served on top of ice cream served in a bowl.