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Breville Recipes: Café Quality Beverages at Home!

The crowd favorites

Try creating some of the most popular blends in your own home.

 

Coffee

Americano

7 – 8.5 fl. oz. cup or glass

1 double espresso

Instructions
1. Extract a double espresso.
2. Hot water to fill cup.

cappuccino

Cappuccino

6 – 7.5 fl. oz. cup

1 single espresso

5 fl. oz. cold milk

Drinking chocolate

Instructions
1. Texture milk to desired temperature.
2. At the same time extract single espresso.
3. Swirl milk in the jug to integrate the texture.
4. Pour milk directly into the centre of the espresso.
5. Hold milk jug tip close to the espresso surface. Steady consistent pour is the secret.
6. Garnish with drinking chocolate.

latte

Latte

7 – 7.5 fl. oz. glass

1 single espresso

5 fl. oz. cold milk

Instructions
1. Texture milk to desired temperature.
2. At the same time extract single espresso.
3. Swirl milk in the jug to integrate the texture.
4. Pour milk directly into the centre of the espresso.
5. Hold milk jug tip close to the espresso surface.
6. Steady consistent pour is the secret.

Keep it simple

Espresso shots can be prepared in numerous ways to cater for different tastes.

Coffee

Ristretto

Italian word for “Restricted”

2 – 3 fl. oz. cup or glass

Instructions
1. Prepare as if mixing a single espresso.
2. Stop extraction at 15 seconds.

Coffee

Single Espresso

Sometimes called a “Short Black”

3 fl. oz. cup or glass

Instructions
1. Approximately 1 fl. oz. of espresso in 20-25 seconds.

Coffee

Double Espresso

Sometimes called a “Double Shot”

3 fl. oz. cup or glass

Instructions
1. Approximately 2 fl. oz. of espresso in 30-35 seconds.

Coffee

Macchiato

Italian word for “Marked”

2 – 3 fl. oz. cup or glass

1 single espresso

2 teaspoons textured milk

Instructions
1. Texture the minimum amount of milk you can (just over the white ring) and set aside.
2. Extract a single espresso into a suitable espresso glass or cup.
3. Swirl milk in the jug.
4. Spoon 2 teaspoons of milk into the centre of the espresso.

Coffee

Americano

7 – 8.5 fl. oz. cup or glass

1 double espresso

Instructions
1. Extract a double espresso.
2. Hot water to fill cup.

Add milk

Despite the similarities in ingredients, there are a variety of different styles of coffees created simply by how much milk you use and how it’s prepared.

Coffee

Piccolo

3 fl. oz. glass

1 single espresso

5 fl. oz. cold milk

Instructions
1. Texture milk to desired temperature.
2. At the same time extract single espresso.
3. Swirl milk in the jug to integrate the texture.
4. Pour off some milk from the jug into the sink.
5. Pour milk directly into the centre of the espresso.
6. Hold milk jug tip close to the espresso surface. Steady consistent pour is the secret.

 

latte

Latte

7 – 7.5 fl. oz. glass

1 single espresso

5 fl. oz. cold milk

Ingredients 
1. Texture milk to desired temperature.
2. At the same time extract single espresso.
3. Swirl milk in the jug to integrate the texture.
4. Pour milk directly into the centre of the espresso.
5. Hold milk jug tip close to the espresso surface.
6. Steady consistent pour is the secret.

mocha

Mocha

6 – 7.5 fl. oz. glass

1 single espresso

5 fl. oz. cold milk

Drinking chocolate

Ingredients 
1. Texture milk to desired temperature.
2. At the same time extract single espresso. Stir 1 tsp. of drinking chocolate into espresso shot.
3. Swirl milk in the jug to integrate the texture.
4. Pour milk directly into the centre of the espresso.
5. Hold milk jug tip close to the espresso surface. Steady consistent pour is the secret.
6. Garnish with drinking chocolate.

weak coffee

Weak Coffee

7 – 7.5 fl. oz. glass

½ single espresso

5 fl. oz. cold milk

Ingredients 
1. Texture milk to desired temperature.
2. At the same time extract single espresso.
3. Swirl milk in the jug to integrate the texture.
4. Pour milk directly into the centre of the espresso.
5. Hold milk jug tip close to the espresso surface. Steady consistent pour is the secret.

strong coffee

Strong Coffee

7 – 7.5 fl. oz. glass

1 double espresso

5 fl. oz. cold milk

Ingredients 
1. Texture milk to desired temperature.
2. At the same time extract single espresso.
3. Swirl milk in the jug to integrate the texture.
4. Pour milk directly into the centre of the espresso.
5. Hold milk jug tip close to the espresso surface. Steady consistent pour is the secret.

flat white

Flat White

6 – 7.5 fl. oz. cup

1 single espresso

5 fl. oz. cold milk

Ingredients 
1. Texture milk to desired temperature.
2. At the same time extract single espresso.
3. Swirl milk in the jug to integrate the texture.
4. Pour milk directly into the centre of the espresso.
5. Hold milk jug tip close to the espresso surface. Steady consistent pour is the secret.

cappuccino

Cappuccino

6 – 7.5 fl. oz. cup

1 single espresso

5 fl. oz. cold milk

Drinking chocolate

Instructions
1. Texture milk to desired temperature.
2. At the same time extract single espresso.
3. Swirl milk in the jug to integrate the texture.
4. Pour milk directly into the centre of the espresso.
5. Hold milk jug tip close to the espresso surface. Steady consistent pour is the secret.
6. Garnish with drinking chocolate.

iced coffee

Iced Coffee

7 – 8.5 fl. oz. cup or glass

1 double espresso

6 fl. oz. cold milk

1 scoop ice-cream

1 shot vanilla flavoring

Blender

Instructions
1. Add all the ingredients to a blender and blend on “Smoothie” for 60 seconds.

affogato

Affogato

7 – 8.5 fl. oz. low profile glass

1 double espresso

1 scoop vanilla ice-cream

Instructions
1. Extract espresso, set aside.
2. Scoop ice-cream into glass.
3. Pour espresso directly over ice-cream.
4. Garnish with chopped pistachios or grated chocolate optional.

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