Coffee is a fruit native to the highlands of southwest Ethiopia in Africa. It is said that coffee was discovered more than a thousand years ago by a shepherd who discovered that his sheep became very excited after eating a plant.
It is also said that a wildfire accidentally destroyed a coffee forest, and the smell of barbecued coffee caught the attention of nearby residents.
Coffee beans contain about 100 different substances, including caffeine, tannins, oils, and nitrogen compounds. In every 100 grams of instant coffee, there are 44 to 100 milligrams of caffeine.
In every 100 grams of blended coffee, there are 64 to 124 milligrams of caffeine. Coffee is a stimulant that has many effects on the body. It diuresis, stimulates the central nervous and respiratory systems, dilates blood vessels, increases heart rate, strengthens striated muscles, and relieves brain and muscle fatigue.
The most common types of coffee in coffee shops are distinguished according to the different ways of making espresso, which is a small cup of coffee liquid pressed out by the coffee machine. On this basis, people in different regions add milk, water, cocoa, and so on according to their different preferences, and then create different magic coffee flavors.
Espresso. A cup of coffee, quickly compressed by a coffee machine, is twice as strong as normal coffee.
Americano. Americano coffee is espresso directly added to the water, and can very well present the most original flavor of the coffee.
Latte. It has the meaning of "milk" in Italian, so a latte is an espresso with milk added to it, usually, milk is more than coffee, with the warm flavor of milk, the coffee becomes smooth and sweet, people who drink coffee don't know what to drink, a latte is a good choice.
Cappuccino. Cappuccino is a blend of 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steam milk, and 1/3 foam milk. The flavor is heavier than a latte and the color like is the dark of a cappuccino.
Mocha. Mocha is a blend of espresso, cream, chocolate syrup, and milk. It has a thick, chocolaty flavor.
Caramel Macchiato. It's a mixture of milk and syrup, and then a nice grid of caramel on top of the foam.
In addition to these common types of coffee, Viennese coffee is the most famous coffee in Austria, with strong whipped cream and chocolate sweet flavors that captivate coffee lovers around the world. Not only that, across the sweet chocolate syrup, cold whipped cream drink hot coffee, is a different flavor, which can be said to be one of the classic coffee.
Vienna's cafes are always clean and warm, they strive to maintain a kind of antiquity, to maintain a refined life of the past. The waiters, most of them still dressed in black and white uniforms and wearing neat bow ties, shuttled among the tables.
They never addressed the regular guests by "Sir" but called them by their names or titles affectionately, and without being asked by the guests. They would lead them to their preferred seats, hand them their favorite newspapers, and then bring them their favorite coffee. It is these that deeply attract the guests who come to the cafe.
How to make a delicious Viennese coffee?
1. Pour the coffee into the cup, about 80% full.
2. Swirl in whipped cream over coffee.
3. Drizzle with chocolate syrup.
4. Finish with cocoa powder and serve with sugar packets.