1. Take 1 part of coffee and 2 parts of water
2. Brew with your favorite method
3. Voilà, that's your espresso
4. Serve with lemon twists if desired.
There is nothing easier when it comes to recipes. You will only need Candy Tiger Colombia (13-22 grams), water and lemon twists though they're optional.
How to brew an espresso?
1. Take 1 part of coffee and 2 parts of water
2. Brew an espresso with your favorite way
3. Give a long thoughtful look to the espresso you've made
4. Mix 1 part of espresso and 2 parts of hot, almost boiling water

Voilà, that's your americano.
The name says for itself. An American version of espresso.
1. Brew an espresso the way you like the most
2. Heat the milk and create microfoam (use wire whisk, handheld milk frother or espresso machine)
3. Pour the frothed milk into the espresso
4. Serve and imagine you're in an Italian café.
One of the most famous types of espresso drinks originally was an Italian coffee drink. The name allegedly derives from the dress of the Capuchin order of monks but also means "little cap" in Italian.
Very much like a latte but has equal parts of espresso, steamed milk and foam.
1. Brew an espresso the way you like the most
2. If you like flavored syrups or powders, add them now
3. Heat the milk and create microfoam (use wire whisk, handheld milk frother or espresso machine)
4. Pour milk in espresso, holding back the foam with a spoon
5. Spoon foam over the top
6. Serve and enjoy.
Well, you already know how to make a perfect espresso and no doubts have already tried the recipe.
Now you can move to adding something other than just «more water».
You'll need 1 part of espresso and 2-3 parts of milk.
1. Brew an espresso the way you like the most
2. Heat/steam the milk with maple/honey/agave/simple syrup for sweetness
3. Place chocolate chips in the cup, then add espresso, then add frothed milk with syrup
4. Or go the easy way and use chocolate syrup instead of chocolate chips and maple syrup
5. Add whipped cream and chocolate shavings if you want some garnish
6. Wrap yourself in a blanket, nestle down and enjoy the moment.
The perfect blend of coffee and chocolate makes Mocha warm and comforting and perfect for cold evenings. It's a little more of a free-form, so don't be afraid to step aside. As a base you'll need 1 part of coffee and 2 parts of milk, about a tablespoon of chocolate chips and 1/2 tablespoon of syrup.
1. Brew 2 shots of espresso, that we know for sure
2. Prepare about 4 ounces of milk, frothed with very little aeration
3. Pour milk in your espresso
That is quite a tricky one. Just because there is no common understanding of what it really is. Originally it was quite like a cappuccino but without sea-foam picks, i. e. flat. So, not a cappuccino anymore. Through the years it transformed into something close to latte but with less foam.

As for now, general consensus is that a flat white is smaller than a latte and contains more espresso. Differs from cappuccino by being stronger and having foam with more velvety texture and glossy finish (while cappuccinos have fluffy and airy foam).
Flat white
Remember that velvety and smooth foam seems to be the main difference as it also affects how milk melts into coffee.
Red Lady
Feel yourself as an experienced barista or barman... or both. That won't be too easy. You'll need Cherry Syrup, milk, a shot of espresso, whipped cream, and cacao and a cocktail cherry as a garnish.
1. Pour 10 ml of Cherry Syrup in a glass
2. Froth 100 ml of milk and pour it over a bar spoon, let it alone for 40 seconds
3. Add a shot of espresso
4. Decorate it with whipped cream
5. Decorate whipped cream with chocolate cacao, Cherry topping and cocktail cherry in any order
1. Pour 10 ml of Pepper Syrup in the chosen cup
2. Froth 150 ml of milk and pour it over a bar spoon
3. Add a shot of espresso (mixed with chili pepper)
4. Powder it with nutmeg
Take your favourite cup. Or maybe it'd be better just to choose the smallest one you can find in your kitchen for your first try.
Chilli coffee
Good luck!
1. Whisk 5 oz of milk with 1,5 spoon of chocolate cacao
2. Add a shot of espresso
3. Powder with nutmeg and cinnamon (half and half)
4. Garnish with whipped cream
5. Top with chocolate cacao and orange peel
Time for more desserts! Let's take another break from traditional and modern coffee drinks and all those recipes with precise amounts of this and that. It becomes a little annoying that with a little mistake in proportions you get a completely different drink. Cherish your sweet tooth soul while remaining elegant with a Georgia coffee drink.
Ohh, that sounds too nice. Remember a little tip for orange peel: grate it and dry in an oven.
Latte Blue
This one deserves to be treated as a party cocktail rather than a coffee drink. And it definitely looks like you're celebrating something. Though it doesn't matter if you use it on occasion or just to make an evening more colourful, it is still a thing to try and share with friends.
Feels like it's easy to make, try it!
1. Start with mixing 3-4 oz of coffee with 0.3 oz of Blue Curacao. Pour the liquid in a glass and leave for 1 minute
2. Add a shot of espresso
3. Top with whipped cream and just a little bit of Blue Curacao
1. Take an Irish coffee glass. Warm it with hot water and brew 2 cups of a strong espresso at the same time
2. Pour 1 ounce of rum and 1/2 ounce of amaretto liqueur into a glass
3. Add your hot espresso
4. Top with whipped cream and garnish with sliced almonds or an ice-cream with chocolate
Rum and amaretto in this recipe come together to show you a real Caribbean coffee taste. It is a spicy yet subtle hot coffee cocktail. If you like sweet and nutty flavors, Caribbean coffee is one of the best ways to warm up on a cold and wet autumn day.
Caribbean coffee
Turn the Caribbean music on and enjoy your coffee.