Cappuccino is an espresso-based beverage and hot milk. One shot of espresso (maybe two shots, if fewer kicks!), Combined with hot milk – which is generally through a process called steam. The process of processing steamed milk is important for printing sweetness plus adding a comfortable texture to our coffee drinks. Meanwhile, perhaps you want to read some of the best coffee makers consumer reports too.
Here are things you need to make cappuccinos:
Your favorite coffee bean
Gayo? Flores? Just try which one you like. For this delicious coffee recipe, I usually use 18 to 20 grams of coffee for 60 milliliters of water. Suitable for starters.
If you like modifying recipes, scales are one of the keys. We will use the scales to measure the ratio. The ratio of water and coffee that we will brew must be just right.
For best results, freshly ground coffee beans are highly recommended. Fresh coffee can only be produced from fresh ingredients. So, immediately prepare your coffee grinder.
The essence of coffee recipes is water. So, make sure the water you prepare is clean with a temperature of 90 degrees. If there is no thermometer, trap the water and let it sit for 1 to 2 minutes.
Fresh cow’s milk
Fresh cow’s milk produced by local farmers is highly recommended.
Presso / Aeropress
To produce a cup of espresso, we need a press. No need to worry if there is no press at home. We can also use Aeropress to squeeze the coffee extract.
Layman’s french press is used for the manual brewing method to produce coffee with character. But this time, we will use a french press to make steamed milk – manually.