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Iced Coffee

Iced coffee

Ingredients

  • 4 espresso coffees, cooled
  • 4 tsp caster sugar
  • 12 ice cubes
  • clocheServes 2-4
  • clock10 minutes
  • spoonsEasy
  1. Put all of the ingredients into the blender.
  2. Blitz until the ice is crushed.
  3. Serve in a tall glass.
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Irish Coffee

Irish Coffee

Ingredients

  • 4 Freshly made espressos
  • 4 Shots Irish whiskey
  • 60 ml whipped cream
  • Sugar to taste
  • clocheServes 4
  • clock5 minutes
  • spoonsEasy
  1. Prepare four espressos and pour each one into a separate stem glass.
  2. Add a shot of Irish whiskey to each glass.
  3. To finish, add three teaspoons of whipped cream to each glass.
  4. Tip: If desired, add 1/2 teaspoon of sugar to each glass to take the edge off the whiskey.

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Viennese Cappuccino

Viennese Cappuccino

Ingredients

  • 1 freshly made espresso
  • 100 ml skimmed or semi-skimmed milk
  • 3 tbsp whipped cream
  • Chocolate shavings (optional)
  • clocheServes 1
  • clock5 minutes
  • spoonsEasy
  1. Prepare an espresso.
  2. Froth the milk using either a traditional steam pipe found attached to your espresso maker, or boil in a saucepan. If you have a De’Longhi Lattissima or a De’Longhi Perfecta ESAM5600 or PrimaDonna ESAM6620 Bean-to-Cup machine, you can prepare your frothy milk in the special milk carafe.
  3. Add the frothy milk to the espresso, and top with the thick whipped cream. Decorate with chocolate curls if desired.
  4. Tip: Best served in a wide cappuccino cup.

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Flat White Coffee

Flat white coffee

Ingredients

  • 1 freshly made espresso
  • Hot (55-60°C) milk, no froth
  • clocheServes 1
  • clock5 minutes
  • spoonsEasy
  1. Prepare an espresso and pour into a pre-heated tall glass or large cup.
  2. Warm the milk using the traditional steam pipe on your espresso maker, or in a saucepan.
  3. Add the warm milk to the espresso, taking care not add any of the foam.
  4. Add sugar to taste.
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Perfect Cappuccino

Perfect cappuccino

Ingredients

  • 1 freshly made espresso
  • Hot (55-60°C) and frothed milk
  • Sprinkling of cocoa powder
  • Sugar to taste
  • clocheServes 1
  • clock5 minutes
  • spoonsEasy
  1. Prepare an espresso and pour into a pre-heated cappuccino cup or a medium sized glass.
  2. Froth the milk using the traditional steam pipe on your espresso maker, or boil in a saucepan. Only fill the jug up to 1/3 of the capacity as the volume will increase while steaming.
  3. Knock out the larger bubbles in the jug by gently tapping the base of the milk jug and swirling the milk around.
  4. When adding steamed milk, pour so that the milk drops through the froth first and then top the drink with the remaining froth.
  5. Add sugar to taste and/or try topping with cocoa or cinnamon powder.
  6. Tip: The milk should be steamed in a stainless steel milk jug to around 60°C, giving it a pouring temperature of 55-60°C and a froth free of large bubbles.

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Vanilla Latte

Vanilla Latte

Ingredients

  • 1 freshly made espresso
  • Hot (55-60°C) and frothed milk
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla sugar
  • clocheServes 1
  • clock5 minutes
  • spoonsEasy
  1. Prepare an espresso and pour into a tall glass.
  2. Froth the milk using the traditional steam pipe on your espresso maker, or boil in a saucepan.
  3. Carefully add the milk to the espresso so that only about 1 cm of velvety foam tops the drink.
  4. Add vanilla sugar to taste.
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