Chocolate Hazelnut Cappuccino Coffee – 2
£8.00 – £28.00
Chocolate Hazelnut Cappuccino Coffee is a medium roast, flavour strength 2. 100% Arabica beans using natural identical flavours. Chocolate and Hazelnuts are a match made in heaven. Imagine layers of chocolate and roasted hazelnuts both immersed into a smooth praline like combination and drizzled onto your favourite coffee prepared like a cappuccino allowing you the sheer pleasure of all your favourites in one combination.
Chocolate Hazelnut Cappuccino is available in 250g, 500g, 1Kg beans on ground on request.
Don’t like hazelnuts -try double chocolate here – https://pagesinlyndhurst.com/product/double-chocolate-2/
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WHAT IS A CAPPUCCINO?
A cappuccino is an Italian coffee beverage with an espresso base. It is made from equal parts coffee, milk and foam for a perfectly balanced drink.
Some will also top the drink with a sprinkle of cinnamon or chocolate powder. Another variation of the drink will substitute steamed milk with whipped cream for an extra indulgent cappuccino.
COFFEE DRINKS BEFORE THE CAPPUCCINO
Coffee as we know it traces back to 15th century Arabia.
When coffee had spread to Europe, coffee drinking was originally based on the Ottomans’ traditional style of preparation, which was to boil water and coffee beans, sometimes adding sugar.
By the 1700s, the British and French had begun to start filtering their coffee rather than boiling it. It’s around this time that we first see the term ‘cappuccino’ being used, although it was not yet used to denote the drink we know and love today.
THE ORIGINS OF THE CAPPUCCINO
The earliest iteration of the drink comes in the form of ‘kapuziner’, a drink popular in 17th-century Viennese coffee houses that was recorded as being made of coffee, cream, sugar and spices. A similar drink called ‘franziskaner’ also arose in popularity around the same time.
The ‘cappuccino’ as it is called today first appeared in Northern Italy but was made in this Viennese style until the addition of steamed milk became the norm in the 20th century.
Beans, Cafetiere, Filter, Espresso
250g, 500g, 1Kg