How to order a coffee in Italy

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It’s time to learn how to order a coffee in Italy!

Once in Italy you’ll have the chance to taste the real italian coffee, so it’s important for you to learn how to order a coffee!  This lesson is about to let you improve also your Italian Vocabulary

You will find some useful words about how to order a coffee in Italy

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In Italy there are many kind of coffee, so let’s see how to order a coffee in an Italian bar:

Buongiorno, vorrei un caffè per favore (if you say un caffé, it is implied that it is an espresso).

The barista (barman) could ask you, lo vuole macchiato? (which means “stained” with a drop of milk)

You can choose between macchiato freddo, (cold milk)or macchiato caldo, (hot milk and foamed)

You could also ask for a caffè lungo (long), for a weaker version of coffee

Another big favorite is cappuccino, a shot of expresso with foamed milk

If you want to order something very good you can ask for a caffè marocchino ( foamed coffee with some cocoa powder…wooohooo!)


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But wait! there are more coffee drinks to choose from! Here are some of the most common:

Latte macchiato – a glass of hot milk “stained” with espresso – more milk than coffee.

Caffè latte – it’s an espresso with hot milk, usually served in a glass, no foam.

Sometimes, you’ll hear people order un caffè hag or un decaffeinato, that’s decaf espresso.

Caffè corretto  – it’s an espresso with a drop of liquor


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