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    How to make the perfect cup of Cappuccino

    How to make the perfect cup of Cappuccino?

    There is no reason why you cannot perform your own ritual of brewing espresso and making cappuccinos in the comfort of your own “kitchen-café”—to entertain guests, nourish your soul, and please your palate and maybe your pocketbook, too. The best news yet is that you do not necessarily need a special machine
    to make a creative coffee drink! This article hopefully will inspire you to begin to create your own Cappuccinos today.


    How to make the perfect cup of Cappuccino according to an expert:

    According to the Italians, Cappuccino is a breakfast to mid-morning drink, with 12 noon as cut off time. That seems to be one of the only limitations though, seeing as there are a few interesting Italian variations of the Cappuccino. One may find a Cappuccino Chiaro – a lighter in strength Cappuccino with less Espresso than the traditional one-third dose and two-thirds steamed frothed milk.
    Cappuccino Scuro, meanwhile, is a dark Cappuccino made with a doppio (double Espresso) and one- third steamed frothed milk; it’s not a Macchiato, which only
    requires a spoonful of dry foam. It’s quite amazing how one can really taste the difference between a good and a bad Cappuccino by the frothing of the milk.
    Even after the tenth Cappuccino in one day, I could tell from the first sip whether it was going to be a good or bad one.


    Cappuccino Steaming

    A cappuccino is technically one-third frothed milk, one-third steamed milk, and one-third espresso. But this equation is almost never a reality. Don’t focus on the ratios. Instead, concentrate on getting the milk steamed and creating enough foam to define a cappuccino before the steam pitcher gets too hot. You’ll make
    some great drinks. With time and practice, you’ll fine tune your own signature ratio.

    For more Information: https://caffeinevibe.com/how-to-make...of-cappuccino/

    Have a Wonderful day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dejavu View Post
    According to the Italians, Cappuccino is a breakfast to mid-morning drink, with 12 noon as cut off time.
    Have a Wonderful day
    hey Dejavu, do you know why Cappuccino is being cut off at noon in Italy? but not here in USA?

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    Because their nap time starts at noon in Italy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyCoffee View Post
    Because their nap time starts at noon in Italy...
    i doubt that would be the reason. because most of bigger cities and city workers, they do not take riposo for a couple of hours.
    perhaps small cities, maybe....

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    I was kidding...

    Italians may tell you it's not good for your digestive system if you have milk with food (noon/11am/10am or whenever they consider as lunch time), but here is my theory:

    In old times without refrigeration, milk has to be delivered to you early in the morning directly from the cows. So noon/11am/10am is about the time for milk to turn bad. When Italians used this kind of milk to make cappuccinos, it upset their digestive system. But instead of finding it's the milk, they blamed the time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyCoffee View Post
    I was kidding...

    Italians may tell you it's not good for your digestive system if you have milk with food (noon/11am/10am or whenever they consider as lunch time), but here is my theory:

    In old times without refrigeration, milk has to be delivered to you early in the morning directly from the cows. So noon/11am/10am is about the time for milk to turn bad. When Italians used this kind of milk to make cappuccinos, it upset their digestive system. But instead of finding it's the milk, they blamed the time!
    yup. absolutely correct. thanks for great information.

 

 

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