Espresso, Cappuccino and Latte are the most renowned and favorite coffee types. Here are the main differences between them:
Cappuccino is a milk and coffee mixed drink. It has a peculiar topping with milk foam obtained with steam. You may add some chocolate powder with it. The powder increases the taste and gives a pleasant look by filling the foam pore. A huge pressure is needed to brew cappuccino. The most crucial thing about cappuccino is Temperature. An extremely hot temperature is required to produce the foam. But, too hot temperature can hurt your tongue. Starbucks baristas steam milk to a temperature between 150°F and 170°F for a perfect cappuccino.
Espresso is a strong black coffee made by forcing by forcing a small amount of nearly boiling water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans. Espresso is thicker than any other coffee brewing method. It also contains more caffeine per unit volume than most coffee beverages. It is characterized by a crème on its top. It is known as the base of other brewing methods. The optimal temperature for espresso is 190 to 196 degrees Fahrenheit.
Latte is a coffee drink made with espresso and steamed milk. It is milkier than a cappuccino. Because of the extreme amount of milk, it is also known as “milk coffee”. The best milk temperature for Latte is between 60 C and 70 C.