Espresso

Originally an Italian technique of forcing hot water into very finely-ground coffee, espresso delivers powerhouse coffee flavor and aroma. Because of that, it comes in tiny portions when served alone and it is sometimes accompanied by sugar cubes and a lemon peel. Espresso’s intensity makes it an ideal foundation for countless coffee-house drinks that temper it with milk, cream, and flavorings from chocolate to pumpkin.

Restaurants With This Dish

Monorail Espresso

SEATTLE, WA

Blue Scorcher Bakery Cafe

ASTORIA, OR

Amateur Coffee

OMAHA, NE

Blueprint Coffee

ST. LOUIS, MO

Up For Breakfast | Vermont in the Morning at its Best

VT

Stone Roastery

BELVEDERE, SC

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