For all those coffee lovers out there or those who want to learn what exactly does each type of coffee consist of - here's your guide.
Cappuccino offers a perfect balance of 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steamed milk and 1/3 foam or airy, frothed milk. It is often sprinkled with cocoa powder on top.Photo: UNSPLASH/NATHAN DUMLAO
A popular coffee drink, it has a shot (or 2 shots) of espresso with steamed milk and a thin layer of foam. This is a slightly milky coffee.Photo: NESCAFE
Americano consists of an espresso shot diluted in hot water. Served 1/2 espresso + 1/2 water or 1/3 espresso + 2/3 water. Tip: pour espresso first then add water.
It's the most concentrated form of coffee that is usually served in shots. The taste is intense, bold and it has high caffeine content.Photo: UNSPLASH/KEVIN BUTZ
For chocolatey drink lovers - Mocha consists of an espresso shot combined with chocolate syrup or powder, steamed milk and foam. Adding whipped cream is optional.Photo: UNSPLASH/SHAYNA DOUGLAS
Macchiato is an espresso-based coffee drink. It consists of an espresso shot with foamed or steamed milk.Photo: ANANYA BHATTACHARYA
A Cortado coffee is made of equal parts espresso and steamed milk. The lightly steamed milk with no foam helps reduce the acidity of the coffee.Photo: SYDNEY WATSON/TASTE OF HOME
Flat white contains espresso and steamed milk. This Aussie-born drink is basically a cappuccino without the foam.Photo: NESCAFE
Black coffee AKA café noir consists of ground coffee beans steeped in hot water, best served warm. It doesn't consist milk or sugar.Photo: UNSPLASH/ANDREW NEEL
Drink a delicious coffee with very less caffeine - decaf coffee. Made from regular coffee beans that go through a process that removes majority of caffeine.Photo: UNSPLASH/BRIGITTE TOHM