Commandment #6 of the Ten Commandments of Il Culto del Caffe.
If it’s an airport or station bar or a tourist place where the barista screams “ticket” at thee, thou shalt, if thou can bear the ignominy, pay before thou consumest.
Thanks to my readers for pointing out that Commandment #6 was inadvertently missing! Apologies.
Just can’t resist…photo of my Dante, my Latte and Dog Beach on Key Biscayne, FL. What a winning way to spend a Sunday in Miami.
Mocha Coconut Light Frappuccino – Mocha sauce and coconut-flavored syrup blended with coffee, fresh nonfat milk and ice.
It may be in the 90’s outside today…but my insides will be Mocha Coconut cool!
Can you say Ahhhhhhhhhhh?
Commandment #10 of the Ten Commandments of Il Culto del Caffe.
Thou mayst ask for un caffe lungo or un caffe ristretto if thou desirest more or less water in thine espresso.
Commandment #9 of the Ten Commandments of Il Culto del Caffe.
Thou shall be allowed the following variations, and these only, from the Holy Trinity of caffe, cappuccino and caffe latte: caffe macchiato or latte macchiato – an espresso with a dash of milk or a hot milk with a dash of coffee (remember, mornings only); caffe corretto: the Italian builder’s early-morning pick-me-up, an espresso “corrected” with a slug of brandy or grappa; and caffe freddo or cappuccino freddo (iced espresso or cappuccino) – but beware, this usually comes pre-sugared.
Commandment #8 of the Ten Commandments of Il Culto del Caffe.
Thou shouldst expect thy coffee to arrive at a temperature at which it can be downed immediately as per the previous commandment. If thou preferest burning thy lips and tongue or blowing the froth off thy cappuccino in a vain attempt to cool it down, thou shouldst ask for un caffe bollente.
Personal Minute: Summertime favorite – Mocha Coconut Frappuccino®
Rich mocha sauce and coconut-flavored syrup blended with Frappuccino® Roast Coffee, fresh milk, and ice. Topped with real whipped cream, mocha drizzle and toasted coconut flakes….ahhhh….summertime!