The italian coffee
Surely the coffee is drunk almost wherever in the world, but the italian coffee, or better, "the espresso", has peculiarities that make it sole: first of all is "little" about half of a cup if is normal, also less if it's "short", a full cup if it's "long"; presents the characteristic foam, whose colour, from the beige at the brown, dipends from the worn blend. Can be drunk 'black' or 'dashed', that is with the addition of little hot or cold milk and bitter or sugared at please. If you have a machine for the espresso will not be difficult have an excellent coffee also at home: the right quantity of a good blend, with the suitable grinding and adequately pressed in the filter, a cup, better if cold, and the game is made. In Italy, in the house, is very used also the 'coffee-pot' or 'moka' that allows to obtain simultaneously more cups (1-2-3-6-8-12-24), the coffee has not foam, has a more delicate flavor, but contains more caffeine of the espresso as the water remains for more time at contact with the blend. Some nutritional information: an espresso coffee cup contains from 60 at 100 mg of caffeine and only 2 calories; the nutritionists advise do not to surpass 4 cup at the day, really do not ingest too caffeine that, in contents doses, is instead beneficent.
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