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Do You Know The Different Types Of Coffee?

How many types of coffee do you know? Take this test to find out!

Don’t forget to tell me whether you like drinking coffee and what your favorite drink is. Mine is cappuccino.

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  • Question of

    How is my favorite drink, cappuccino, made?

    • 1 shot of Espresso + dollop of milk foam
    • 1/3 espresso + 1/3 steamed milk + 1/3 foam
    • 1/4 espresso + 3/4 steamed milk + dab of milk foam
  • Question of

    What drink does the following recipe make: 1/4 espresso + 3/4 steamed milk + dab of milk foam?

    • Caffe Latte
    • Caffe Mocha
    • Caffe Americano
  • Question of

    What drink is an espresso with a dash of hot milk?

    • Mocha
    • Noisette
    • Macchiato
  • Question of

    What is a cup of coffee made by adding hot water to espresso called?

    • Americano
    • Macchiato
    • Ristretto
  • Question of

    How is caffe mocha made?

    • 1/3 Espresso + 2/3 hot chocolate + dollop of whipped cream (optional)
    • 1/3 espresso + 1/3 steamed milk + 1/3 foam
    • 1/4 espresso + 3/4 steamed milk + dab of milk foam
  • Question of

    How is a shot of espresso with a dollop of milk foam called?

    • Flat white
    • Frappe
    • Macchiato
  • Question of

    What is an espresso “cut” with a small amount of warm milk called?

    • Corretto
    • Cortado
    • Turkish coffee
  • Question of

    What is 1 shot of Espresso + 1 scoop ice cream called?

    • Affogato
    • Freddo
    • Shakerato


What do you think?

31 Points

Written by ellie925


  1. 3/10 , I think the extent of the coffee here, in the Auckland cafes is late, Chai late, Capperchino, Flat white, Moccachino and long black and hot chocolate and thats about it.

  2. i got 5 out of 8 right. i have never heard of Noisette, Corretto, Cortado, flat white, ristretto, freddo, and shakerato before. i guess i always buy the usual…

  3. My score of 3 suggests – quite correctly – that I don’t know much about coffee! I have never had anything other than a standard coffee – an Americano – so I clearly have no idea what I’m missing with all these varieties. I have always had a horror of a milky skin forming on coffee – which is what my father often produced when he tried to make it – so I’m not happy to try anything that involves combining coffee with hot milk!

    • If you are not into milk or cream, probably you aren’t missing that much. I have one of those cappuccino mixers and the milky skin is a pain to clean when it gets stuck in the mixer, so I usually remove it beforehand. I can’t drink coffee without milk though, I don’t like the taste much.