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Best Espresso Maker: Automatic Espresso Maker, Pump Driven Or Steam Driven?
A good espresso coffee maker will help you save money from spending them on espresso, gourmet coffee and cappuccino in cafes every month. There are several different types of espresso machines like automatic espresso maker, pump driven espresso maker, steam driven espresso maker and piston driven espresso maker. They...
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How To Make Latte Or Cappuccino Without Espresso Machine?
A: I use my coffee mocha to boil the coffee. Then, I put it in a pot, add milk, then boil. This will give you a slight froth on the top. It is Italian Latte....not all Italians have machines at home! Latte is Italian,not American!!! I brew Espresso coffee in a stove-top Espresso pot (also called a moka pot). I'm not sure if you will get the same effect by brewing Espresso in a regular coffee maker. Moka usually doesn't froth and isn't as strong as Espresso made in a more pressurized way (ie, from a machine) but it is more like Espresso than regular coffee. I understand that it is common for Italians to drink moka more than Espresso and use stove top Espresso/Moka pots. Froth some slightly warmed milk and then pour it into the moka or vice versa. Sometimes the froth deflates from the heat. Well, technically, you can't. I used to work at Starbucks so I know these things. You especially can't make a Cappuccino because all that is is foamed milk and a shot of Espresso. It's impossible to foam milk without a milk wand that comes on an Espresso machine, so count that out. Also, a latte is technically supposed to have a layer of foamed milk on the top, but you can make it without. It won'tt taste as good, but here you go. Get super hot milk, a couple shots of strong black coffee, and some flavor of your choice. Mix em all together and voila!