Cappuccino coffee is a popular espresso-base drink that originated in Italy. It is make by combining equal parts of espresso, steamed milk, and milk foam, typically served in a 6-ounce cup. The name “cappuccino” comes from the resemblance of the drink’s color to that of the robes worn by Capuchin friars.
To make a cappuccino, first, a shot of espresso is brewed and poured into the cup. Then, steamed milk is add to fill the cup halfway, followed by a layer of milk foam on top. The foam is create by heating and aerating milk using a steam wand on an espresso machine.
Cappuccinos can be customize by adding flavor syrups, spices like cinnamon or nutmeg, or even whipped cream on top. Some variations of cappuccinos include dry cappuccinos, which have less steamed milk and more foam, and wet cappuccinos, which have more steamed milk and less foam.
It is a popular beverage in Bangladesh, with a growing coffee culture in recent years. While tea remains the most popular hot drink in the country, coffee is gaining popularity, especially in urban areas and among younger generations.
There are several local coffee shops and chains in Bangladesh, as well as international chains. Coffee shops serve a variety of coffee drinks, including espresso, cappuccino, latte, and iced coffee, along with pastries and snacks. Such as Biscuits, Cake, Bread etc. Coffee is growth in Bangladesh, but the country is not a major producer or exporter of coffee. Most of the coffee consume in Bangladesh is import, mainly from countries such as Brazil, Colombia, and Vietnam.
Overall, cappuccino coffee is a classic and beloved coffee drink enjoyed by many around the world for its rich espresso flavor and creamy, frothy texture.