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A cortado is a beverage consisting of espresso mixed with a roughly equal amount of warm milk to reduce the acidity. The milk in a cortado is steamed, but not frothy and "texturized" as in many Italian coffee drinks.




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Café cortado is an espresso with a dash of milk, while the term cortado is itself broadly associated with various coffee or espresso beverages having been "cut" with milk. The café cortado may in fact be interchangeable with the Italian macchiato or similar to the French noisette.


  • Typically served hot
  • Espresso with a dash of milk
  • Similar to macchiato

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Profile: Smooth, rich honey notes, aromatic, winey acidity
Place: Spain
Process: Mix steamed warm milk, not perfectly but even, with espresso. This process reduces the acidity of our coffee blend and removes the frothy or texture you find in most other Italian beverages.
Pairing: Coffee and chocolate are an amazing pairing, so you might want to consider a chocolate treat with your afternoon coffee.



No, it's not a typo; we do mean Espressino. This espresso beverage can be prepared in two different ways. We follow the northern Espressino recipe from Italy - where we use Nutella instead of cocoa powder. 


The Galão is dangerously close to the caffe latte or cafe au lait. Galão is prepared with one-quarter of our Robusta-espresso blend and three-quarters of foamed milk served in a tall glass.


Eiskaffee is German for ice cream coffee. Traditional Eiskeaffee is made with a vanilla bean ice cream that nicely accents the coffee flavor. However, we prefer to shake things up with other flavors like Rocky Road or Butter Pecan with our Arabica blend.