Going to the local café can be enjoyable, but sometimes, waiting in line for a cup of coffee isn’t exactly our idea of what’s fun or practical. That’s why TopBrewer’s capability of making some of the world’s best-known specialty drinks is appealing! Specialty drinks are coffee-based beverages that incorporate multiple ingredients in their brew, some of which have become synonymous with great coffee. It’s likely that you have heard at least a few of these flavors, if not tried them for yourself. 

The following list is a brief look at the specialty drinks brewed by TopBrewer!

 


 

Specialty Drinks by TopBrewer

 

Espresso

Espresso drinks are all about how the coffee is prepared. An average espresso is made by pressurizing and shooting near-boiling water through finely-ground coffee beans of your choice that are packed together. This results in a caffeine-rich shot of coffee that is ready-to-go in under a minute. 

Double Espresso

This one should come as no surprise – the double espresso is just that – two shots of espresso. In other words, while a single shot of espresso contains 7 g of coffee and results in a 30 ml drink, a double espresso uses 14 g of coffee and delivers a 60 ml cup. It’s also referred to as a doppio

Macchiato

This one can be seen as a mix between an espresso and a cappuccino. Basically, it’s an espresso containing a small layer of foamed milk on top. 

Caffé Latte

The name “Latte” comes from the Italian words Caffé latte, which translates to “milk coffee.” As expected, these are two of the primary ingredients that make up a latte. Espresso mixed with steamed milk delivers a specialty drink that you can expect to find in all sorts of coffee shops.

Cappuccino

Another famous specialty drink originating from Italy, the cappuccino is made up of roughly ⅓ espresso, ⅓ steamed milk, and ⅓ foam. You’ll find this one at pretty much any café (and using TopBrewer!), but that doesn’t stop it from being a great choice for any time of day.

Flat White

This is an espresso-based drink that includes steamed milk. It has been compared to a latte, but there’s more microfoam on the surface due to how the milk is steamed and poured. It is also considered slightly sweeter.

Mocha

For anyone seeking an infusion of light chocolate flavor in their coffee, then mocha is the way to go. It’s made up of three ingredients – ⅖ espresso, ⅖ chocolate, and ⅕ steamed milk. The name is derived from Mocha, a port city in Yemen that harvests completely natural coffee beans that sport a chocolatey aftertaste. 


Specialty drinks are only possible thanks to the multiple ingredients used in each brew, making each coffee blend stand out from one another. TopBrewer’s extremely short brew time gives users the cafe-style experience of ordering their favorite specialty drink without needing to leave the office – saving time and money. See how TopBrewer can transform your office!

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Judson Kleinman

About Judson Kleinman

As the founder and CEO of Corporate Essentials, Judson set out with every intention of bringing a new meaning to the words "office culture". As leaders in the industry, his company constantly sets the bar by investing in, and improving their product offerings, technology, people and training. 20 years and 1500 clients later, Judson can proudly say that Corporate Essentials continues to positively fuel culture and allow over 150,000 employees to work happy.