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Cappuccino is a coffee beverage originated from Italy based on espresso, traditionally made from espresso and milk foam.

Changes to beverages involve using cream instead of milk and flavoring with cinnamon or chocolate powder. Is it usually smaller than a bracket? Cafe Latte is thicker with a small foam.

The name comes from the "Hooded Coat" monk, referring to the color they are used to, in this case, the color of the drink when a small amount of milk is added to dark brewed coffee (today mainly espresso). The physical appearance of espresso and pure milk in modern cappuccino coffee is the result of the long-term development of this beverage.

Viennese may have named it "kapuziner" in the 18th century, including cream and spices from unknown sources. Cappuccino was not known outside Italy until the 1930s, and seems to have been born in Vienna style cafes in Trieste and other former Austrian cities in the early 20th century. Since then, the drink has spread around the world and can be found in many places.

Cappuccino is a coffee beverage, now made of double espresso and hot milk, covered with foam milk. Cappuccino coffee is usually prepared in a espresso machine. Pour double espresso into the bottom of the cup, then pour a similar amount of hot milk, which can be prepared by heating and texturing the milk with the steam bar of the espresso machine. The top 1/3 of drinks is milk foam. This foam can be decorated with artistic pictures made from the same milk, which is latte art.

In traditional cappuccino coffee, such as craftsmen used in Europe and the United States, the total amount of espresso and milk / foam is about 150 to 180 milliliters (5 ounces and 6 ounces); 5 ounces and 6 ounces. Commercial coffee restaurant chains in the United States often offer cappuccino coffee in 360 ml (13 oz / oz; 12 oz / oz) or more.