What is a cortado?

A Cortado is an espresso-based beverage that is ‘cut’ with steamed milk. It’s not the same as a Flat White or Latte. Find out what it is!

What is the difference between a cappuccino and a latte?

Is cortado coffee good to drink?

It is easy to drink even for people who normally don’t like super-strong coffees. Also called Spanish Gibraltar coffee, it is popular all over the world. While other Italian coffee drinks have frothy or foamy milk on top, a cortado has very little, if any, froth on the top. Where Did the Cortado Originate?

How much espresso is in a cortado?

With a cortado, equal amounts of espresso and milk are usually used, although you can use slightly more milk if you like. Cortados are usually placed in small cups that hold five to seven ounces of coffee. In California, the Gibraltar glass is usually used instead, which is an exact four and a half ounces.

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