Refine Your Coffee Lingo
Coffee brewing can be done by drip or filter, French press, percolator or can be done rapidly with an espresso machine. The term espresso is used when coffee is made very quickly and under pressure, whereas the term coffee is used for a variety of slow-brewed coffees.
All types of coffees are based on the terms coffee or espresso and are made in different strengths with different additions. Some are made with milk or cream, some are made with steamed or foamed milk, some have different flavourings and sweeteners, some have various alcoholic liqueurs added and some are made of a combination of coffee with espresso.
Some Different Types Of Coffee
Most milky coffees are made up of an espresso shot and varying amounts of milk. These normally appear on menus as Cappuccino, Latte, Flat White or Macchiato.
Some coffees are also available without the addition of milk such as the Espresso, the Ristretto and the Americano.
Some coffees are accompanied by a dash of alcohol and are called liqueur coffees like an Irish Coffee or Russian coffee.
K-Cup® And Gourmet Bean Selection
We are a supplier of commercial coffee machines and we offer a wide range of premium coffee products. We stock both pod-fed machines as well as more authentic bean-to-cup units – whichever you prefer. We deliver our office coffee machines, gourmet beans and pods directly to your office doorstep.
There are a range of K-Cup® flavours for you to explore. The Keurig® brewing system has completely changed how people drink coffee. These machines are convenient single-serving brewers which make it easy to enjoy your favourite flavour in next to no time.
We also supply a range of coffee beans from Tudor® which offer a world-class, award-winning luxury selection of beans. Our range consists of Milano Superior Beans, Amazonian 100% Rainforest Alliance Certified Espresso Beans and Espresso Beans.
For more information or to order from our commercial coffee machine please contact us on 0330 123 3309 or if you are an existing customer please contact us on 0845 006 3309. Alternatively, visit our website.