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 What is the difference between Coffee and an Espresso Shot?

Answer The difference is the delivery of the espresso and coffee. By definition, you need to force the steaming water thru the espresso under pressure. However, you can find instant Mocha drinks today in ... Read More »
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What the difference between Coffee and Espresso?

They are both coffee, but Espresso is roasted a bit darker and it is stronger and you drink it in little cups. The beans are roasted until they are dark and oily-looking. The two main differences ... Read More »
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What's the difference between cappuccino, latte, espresso, & regular coffee?

Espresso This is a very fine ground coffee that is packed into a portafilter and inserted into an espresso machine. Water that is heated to 190-197 degrees Fahrenheit is forced under 8-10 atmospher... Read More »
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How to Make an Espresso (Espresso Machine Coffee)?

Coffee....Espresso is a single shot of coffee from an espresso machine. Making "good" espresso is an art form, and needs much research and practice to develop the best results. This is only a very ... Read More »
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What makes a coffee an espresso as opposed to a drip coffee?

According to Espresso People, "Espresso is a beverage that is produced by pushing hot water, between 192 F and 204 F, at high pressures through a bed of finely ground, compacted coffee." In other w... Read More »
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