latte vs cappuccino

latte cappuccino

Definitions

  • 1) A drink of coffee made from espresso and steamed milk, generally topped with foam.
  • 2) A similar drink, where the espresso is replaced with some other flavoring ingredient such as chai, maté or matcha (green tea).
  • 3) A pillar capped by a hemispherical stone capital with the flat side facing up, used as building supports by the ancient Chamorro people and now used as a sign of Chamorro identity.
  • 4) A caffe latte.
  • 5) Same as cafe latte; a type of espresso coffee served with foamy steamed milk, and usually served in a tall glass or mug.
  • 6) strong espresso coffee with a topping of frothed steamed milk

Definitions

  • 1) countable A cup of this beverage.
  • 2) uncountable An Italian coffee-based beverage made from espresso and milk that has been steamed and/or frothed.
  • 3) countable A cup of this beverage.
  • 4) uncountable An Italian coffee-based beverage made from espresso and milk that has been steamed and/or frothed.
  • 5) A serving of this beverage.
  • 6) Espresso coffee mixed or topped with steamed milk or cream.
  • 7) equal parts of espresso and hot milk topped with cinnamon and nutmeg and usually whipped cream

Examples

  • 1) Snack: Skinny latte with a banana.
  • 2) Would sir prefer a cappuccino or a latte with his croissant this morning?
  • 3) Bear this in mind the next time you queue for an overpriced cup of skinny latte.
  • 4) Other fashion houses will be crying into their skinny lattes after seeing these two cheek to cheek.
  • 5) It means just one large latte coffee made with whole fat milk could put a woman over her recommended daily limit.
  • 6) Drink latte coffee made with 125ml of skimmed milk.
  • 7) We do gourmet sandwiches and skinny lattes, so maybe not.
  • 8) Today we live in a skinny latte world and instant coffee won't do.
  • 9) Skinny soy latte or builder's tea?
  • 10) Builders' tea or skinny soya latte?
  • 11) I buy him a skinny latte once a year on his birthday.
  • 12) Tea or skinny soy latte?
  • 13) Fan of the skinny latte?
  • 14) The single control lets you choose the strength of the shot, and a blast from the steam wand will froth milk for lattes.
  • 15) A regular skimmed milk latte is about 100 calories.
  • 16) It began when I noticed that whole milk was being used in a skinny latte.
  • 17) That'll be two skinny lattes, please.
  • 18) Although you are drinking rather than eating, remember that a latte or cappuccino is made from milk, which is rich in protein.
  • 19) Breakfast: A skinny cappuccino or latte with a fruit salad and a small pot of fruit yogurt.
  • 20) I think I had a strong latte!
  • 21) I let my hand hover over a male wrist as I reach for my skinny latte.
  • 22) Butt ! u can still has a punkin spice latte N-E-wayz Here ya go *presents latte*
  • 23) DD is offering good old American lattes, never mind that the word latte comes from the Italian word for milk and in French it's not latte at all, but cafe au lait, and that the actual coffee itself probably comes from somewhere in South America or Africa.
  • 24) A lot has changed since the financial wizard coined the term "latte factor" to show us how our money seeps away.
  • 25) I am happy that my matcha green tea latte is aiding in the creative process, however obliquely.
  • 26) A “no foam cappuccino may my soul rot in coffee hell” becomes a latte once someone can be taught that the difference — the sole difference — between a cappuccino and a latte is the ratio of espresso and milk to foam.
  • 27) So I try not to use the fact that I don’t actually need the Java the Hut job as a reason to be rude to customers who complain that their coffee is not hot enough or who say “I asked for a cappuccino and you gave me a latte,” huff, when I know for certain the word latte was uttered to me.
  • 28) I went back to my car, grabbed a blanket, purchased a mocha latte from the chocolate shop nearby and headed back to find a spot where I could rest my head and enjoy the music.
  • 29) ‘The blends, all from Arabica beans, are fine when mixed with milk in lattes and cappuccinos.’
  • 30) ‘I feel so left out when, gallivanting about town, I see the happy throngs of customers queuing for lattes and mocha cappuccinos.’
  • 31) ‘But despite the growing popularity of mochas and lattes, coffee farmers are increasingly going hungry as their plants die in the field.’
  • 32) ‘They have all the expected coffee combos - the lattes, cappuccinos and all sorts of stuff to squirt in them.’
  • 33) ‘I don't care though, since I use my dark coffee for lattes and cappuccinos anyway.’
  • 34) ‘I sat down to write my editorial, but instead drank cappuccinos, vanilla lattes and gallons of tea.’
  • 35) ‘A single latte or espresso costs more in Seattle than a typical coffee worker makes in a whole day.’
  • 36) ‘A change in state: today I stopped drinking lattes, and started drinking iced lattes.’
  • 37) ‘Have you recently given up a habit such as smoking, drinking, or buying lattes?’
  • 38) ‘By this time I'd finished three mocha choca lattes and was bouncing around the tastefully decorated - but soulless - coffee house walls.’
  • 39) ‘There I continued to watch people and to drink vanilla lattes, but also gained the ability to look something up as the need arose.’
  • 40) ‘But lattes are 90 percent milk and lack the jolt provided by unalloyed caffeine.’
  • 41) ‘Seattle's mild maritime climate means you can drink lattes with the locals at an outdoor cafe well into the holiday season.’
  • 42) ‘As well as creamy lattes, the coffee shop offers wireless internet access and big, bench-like tables that several people can gather around.’
  • 43) ‘I have to confess the best part of the evening was when the rain drove everyone away and we could just hang out, drink our lattes and talk.’
  • 44) ‘So why, may I ask, do you insist on drinking lattes and eating ice cream when you know full well that this is going to cause headaches and mild nausea?’
  • 45) ‘Every day I went out and worked hard over the shouts for espressos and lattes.’
  • 46) ‘Our more cosseted generation is more likely to spend its Saturday afternoons sipping skinny lattes in city centre coffee bars.’
  • 47) ‘So let's just drink our lattes or chocolate milkshakes and enjoy it, woohoo!’
  • 48) ‘Mandy was sipping some kind of cold icy like drink while Erik drank down a latte and I swallowed water.’

Examples

  • 1) Would sir prefer a cappuccino or a latte with his croissant this morning?
  • 2) An extra coffee or a cappuccino is now duly noted.
  • 3) She gives me a look so scathing that it melts the froth on my cappuccino.
  • 4) Last year the old ticket office for the miniature railway was turned into a cappuccino bar.
  • 5) Give me an extra hour sipping a skinny cappuccino at my desk over the school run any day.
  • 6) I now have a skinny wet cappuccino.
  • 7) A man who sits on his own in a crowded cafe looking at the froth on his cappuccino looks lonely.
  • 8) This can be a bowl of porridge made with semi-skimmed milk or a large skimmed milk cappuccino with a banana and an apple.
  • 9) Have a take-out skinny cappuccino grande, which is made with skimmed milk.
  • 10) Forget coffee mornings and cappuccino machines: afternoon tea is back in style, cucumber sandwiches and all.
  • 11) Although you are drinking rather than eating, remember that a latte or cappuccino is made from milk, which is rich in protein.
  • 12) Breakfast: A skinny cappuccino or latte with a fruit salad and a small pot of fruit yogurt.
  • 13) So Take care with our cappuccino is not a proper translation of the original.
  • 14) Imagine we were to find out one day that Starbucks had been recording everyone's conversations for the purpose of figuring out whether cappuccino is more popular than macchiato.
  • 15) The Viennese soon added milk to their coffee beans and the name cappuccino was born.
  • 16) I personally try and keep it simple with a Grande, skim, triple, bone-dry cappuccino, which is Starbuck's English for the kind of cappuccino you'd get at the Rome airport.
  • 17) They don’t want to know whether there’s a difference between the Starbucks version and the real thing, they don’t actually care whether a cappuccino is half foam and a latte is only topped with foam.
  • 18) Your cappuccino will be there for you, as reliably as the way an out-sourced defense contractor in Kandahar Province uses his copy of the Army's Rules of Engagement to paper train the dog he's stolen from the son of tribal elder.
  • 19) On the other hand, it wouldn't hurt to butter him up a bit, and in cases like this a small gift like a piece of candy or a cappuccino is a nice way to say you're sorry, and that you care.
  • 20) As it turned out, I understood nearly everything and had a great time, and since I had a cappuccino while I was there I'm WIDE awake (I don't normally drink coffee at all -- never, in fact -- but I thought ordering a cappuccino was a bit more appropriate than ordering a hot chocolate [my hot beverage of choice] and I wasn't in the mood for something alcoholic).
  • 21) ‘They sipped their espressos and cappuccinos from the coffee shop next door that was practically part of the theatre.’
  • 22) ‘I don't care though, since I use my dark coffee for lattes and cappuccinos anyway.’
  • 23) ‘The blends, all from Arabica beans, are fine when mixed with milk in lattes and cappuccinos.’
  • 24) ‘Where smoke was concerned, he was like a person who ate the froth from a cappuccino, but never drank any real coffee.’
  • 25) ‘Behind the counter employees served up fresh coffees and cappuccinos, hot chocolates and teas, all with a unique line of flavoring patented to the owners of the store.’
  • 26) ‘The drinks are rather expensive, but are usually of good quality (if you like coffee, cappuccinos, and soda pop).’
  • 27) ‘The menu consisted of a few beverages - some alcoholic though mainly just coffees and cappuccinos - and a dessert tray.’
  • 28) ‘I feel so left out when, gallivanting about town, I see the happy throngs of customers queuing for lattes and mocha cappuccinos.’
  • 29) ‘We ordered coffees, two large cappuccinos at £1.65 each.’
  • 30) ‘Their church served donuts, cappuccinos, coffee, hot chocolate, and tea.’
  • 31) ‘We were sitting in a coffee shop, sipping cappuccinos and eating pastries.’
  • 32) ‘Breakfast is available in the morning as well as light snacks, coffees, cappuccinos and teas throughout the day.’
  • 33) ‘The froth of their decaffeinated cappuccinos seemed to flutter aerobically in the light breeze.’
  • 34) ‘Worth a trip if only to sample the cappuccino in the coffee shop!’
  • 35) ‘Stuart's final words were to compare the match to a cappuccino - all froth and no substance.’
  • 36) ‘The muffins are homemade (the low-fat raspberry and the lemon and poppyseed are standouts), and the coffee, especially lattés and cappuccinos, is fabulous.’
  • 37) ‘They have all the expected coffee combos - the lattes, cappuccinos and all sorts of stuff to squirt in them.’
  • 38) ‘Meanwhile the price of the cappuccinos and lattes in the high street coffee bars, and of coffee on the supermarket shelves, remains as high as ever.’
  • 39) ‘Three caffeinated cappuccinos, one decaf, one soy latte, a hot chocolate and a caramel-flavored iced latte!’
  • 40) ‘During my day-shifts, in between making countless cappuccinos and lattes, I would talk to the customers and ask them what they do.’
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