Mastering the Art of Cappuccino

Mastering the Art of Cappuccino

Mastering the Art of Cappuccino

One of the most beloved coffee specialties worldwide, the cappuccino is a timeless classic. At [Your Website Name], we understand the importance of getting the preparation just right. The key to a perfect cappuccino lies in achieving the ideal consistency of the milk foam – not too frothy, but not too firm. The crowning glory of a good cappuccino is the beautiful, creamy layer of foam with a hint of brown. With our cappuccino recipe, you'll be able to master the art of creating this exquisite beverage in no time.

Ingredients for 1 Person:

  • 40 ml of coffee
  • 120 ml of milk
  • 50 ml of milk foam


  1. Use a milkther to heat approximately 170 ml of milk.
  2. Brew an espresso (e.g. Tchibo BARISTA Espresso).
  3. Carefully pour the milk into the cups with the brewed espresso, ensuring that the proportion of liquid milk is higher. Ideally, the foam should be around 1.5 cm thick.
  4. The perfect cappuccino has a light brownma and a shiny white milk foam.

Nutritional Facts: How Many Calories in a Cappuccino?

While the pleasure of indulging in a delicious cappuccino is paramount, many coffee lovers are also conscious of the calorie content. They want to know how many cappuccinos they can safely consume in a day. The number of calories in a cappucc depends primarily on the type of milk used. Black coffee and espresso are low in calories, with only 3 kilocalories (kcal). On average, a cup of cappuccino contains around 50 kcal. However, the actual calorie content may vary, as the milk's fat content plays a significant role. The higher the fat content, the higher the calorie content.

Feeling Awake and Alert: How Much Caffeine in a Cappuccino?

Whether it's early in the morning or during your afternoon slump, a cappuccino is known for its ability to perk us up and keep us awake. The key player responsible for this effect is caffeine, which comes from the choice of coffee beans. For example, Robusta beans contain significantly more caffeine than Arabica beans. On average, a classic espresso contains about 35 mg of caffeine.

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