Analysis Of The Type Of Coffee I Will Focus More On Is Latte Art

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In this study, the type of coffee I will focus more on is latte art. Latte art begins with the base of an espresso which is made by forcing hot water through finely ground compacted coffee beans. The crema (cream) is made by the mixture of the oils of the coffee into a foamy substance. Because of the brewing process, the flavors in an espresso is more concentrated than a typical coffee. In 1884, A steam-driven "instant" coffee beverage making device made by Angelo Moriondo was registered in Turin. The device was described as presumably the first Italian bar machine that creates the supply of steam and water separately through the coffee (Bersten 1993, 105). This machine was similar in today 's version of an espresso machine, except that it was bulk-driven and did not brew "shots" for individual customers. In 1901 Luigi Bezzera created improvements to the "espresso" machine which was patented and sold to Desiderio Pavoni in 1905. Pavoni founded La Pavoni company where he produced and sold them. Since the 1980 's, the popularity of the espresso has risen worldwide. In the United States, the espresso became popular through the form of cappuccino, due to the popularity of drinking coffee with milk and the fascinating appeal of foam. The espresso was also used in conjunction with lattes which Caffe Mediterraneum in Berkeley, California claims to be originally created in the 1950s by Italian-American Lino Meiorin. The latte was originally named "long cuppuccino" which was…
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