Coffees are great for any time of the day, however, there are some that are best to have in the morning compared to others. So, let’s find out what those are.
The latte is known as the classic beverage drunk first in the morning by many and there is good reason for this too. The latte is one of the milkiest coffees that are often paired with dark roasts. A classic latte consists of steamed milk that is added to espresso and can either be served hot or cold.
A cappuccino is number two on our list of best coffees for the morning. A cappuccino is made from a shot of espresso and frothed milk and traditionally is viewed as a drink that should only be consumed in the morning.
The average person would order their coffee on their commute to work, or if working from home, would have their brew freshly made before their workday starts. However, the recommended time to start drinking coffee in the morning is 10 am.
There are some afternoons that can’t carry on without a good cup of coffee, but which coffee should you be drinking to make sure you are getting the most out of your afternoon coffee breaks?
Mochas are a great choice for that mid-afternoon coffee break. If you want to treat yourself that little bit more during your coffee break, add a little whipped cream on top!
A cortado is a Spanish delicacy coffee that has started to become more popular over the last few years. The name Cortado means ‘cut’ as the espresso is usually cut with steamed milk. Many Spanish coffee drinkers enjoy the cortado with a morning pastry, however, the cortado is widely enjoyed in the afternoon.
Most people start to think about lunchtime, or a short break from 11:30 am, however, the perfect time to consume your afternoon coffee is any time after 2 pm.
After a long day, sitting down with a warm cup of coffee is the perfect way to end the evening. But which coffee is best for your coups de grâce? Let’s find out.
The espresso we all know, and love is essentially a strong black coffee served in a small coffee cup, which is called a demitasse. Espressos are traditionally consumed in the afternoon or evening, often at the end of a meal.