Coffee Shop Slang and Jargon.
Coffee shop culture.
Over the last few years coffee shops have sprung up all over the place, it's now a more popular place to meet up with a friend then the pub. Part of it's success is due to the sitcom friends, where the gang would all meet up and socialize in central perk.
The Sex and the City girls also liked to spend some of their time together gossiping over a soft beverage. When we look back just a few years before, the popular sitcom cheers was set in a bar and later came the spin off Frasier, which coincidentally featured a coffee shop.
Peoples lifestyles and attitudes to their choice of beverages and where they spend their time to socialise have significantly changed and coffee shops are cool.
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5 of the big brands.
Coffee shop chains from around the world.
Old Town White Coffee
Robert Harris Coffee Roasters
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A few little known coffee facts.
Coffee is a term applied to the drink, the beans and the genus coffea which is part of the madder family.
There are over thirty species of genus, but we only use three of them.
- C. arabica
- C. canephora and
- C. liberica.
The coffee plants bloom fragrant white flowers but only for a few days.
It takes about five years to grow before a coffee tree can produce a full harvest.
The best places to grow coffee are:
- West Indies
- Central and South America
In 1972 the coffee industry in America was worth $1,200,000,000.
Caffeine is removed from coffee by treating it with chlorinated-hydrocarbon solvents before roasting.
The cultivation of coffee is believed to have begun in Arabia, near the Red Sea in 675 AD.
Quick Coffee quiz.
Coffee shop terms, the slag and translation.
Expert at making espresso
Espresso with semi-skimmed milk
Cake in a cup
Double cream and double sugar
The foam on espresso that is think, dense and golden
Two shots of coffee
using to take-away cups to prevent hand burning
Flavouring milk and coffee
Regular filter coffee
foamed milk not steamed
Latte with frozen milk
Skinny and no fun
A long pull of espresso
Four shots of coffee
Shot in the dark
A cup of drip and a shot of espresso
Medium size cup
Three shots of coffee
Milk steamed not foamed
With whipped cream
Not filling up the cup to the brim
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