How to Make the Perfect Cappuccino

November 10, 2020

Though the cappuccino was created in Italy, a similar drink known as a kapuziner created in Vienna predates it. Still, the Italians popularized the drink, so they get the nod. A delicious and smooth brew, the cappuccino has been popular worldwide for nearly a century. Here's how to create your own.

<1. Brew 2 oz of espresso (double shot).

2. Steam 6 oz of Milk.

3. Slowly Pour steamed milk into espresso.

If you're looking for the perfect coffee for the espresso portion of this recipe, consider our Two Tails Espresso roast. It is a roast made specifically to brew espresso and pairs beautifully with milk.

For more brewing tips and tricks, be sure to check back often. And to find the perfect coffee for every occasion, visit our coffee homepageto explore everything from Microlot Light Roasts to Italian style Dark Roasts. Even better, every purchase supports rescue pups in need, so you can feel a little better about that second, or third, cup of coffee each day! 


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