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Do you like coffee made from professional coffee grinder, hand coffee grinder, commercial coffee grinder and other machines, or instant coffee? Friend who often go to Starbucks will find that there are a series of boxes on the side of Starbucks cups, and each box has a corresponding note. Whenever you order coffee, the cashier will draw a sketch in the box. Today we will look at these boxes on how to order coffee at Starbucks.
First box: Decaf
The full name of Decaf is "Decaffeinated". It is decaffeinated. Of course, it is more than coffee that can be decaffeinated. Decaffeinated is the removal of caffeine from coffee beans, cocoa, tea leaves, and other caffeine-containing materials.
If you want coffee but don't want caffeine. Then you can suggest that you want Decaf coffee when ordering. If you order Decaf coffee, usually the cashier will put an X in the box as a mark for the barista.
The second box: Shots
The so-called Shots actually refers to the number of espresso servings in a cup of coffee drink. Almost all brewed coffee beverages are based on Espresso. For some people who have a heavier taste or prefer espresso flavor, increasing the number of espresso in a cup of coffee drink has become a very important method.
Usually there is only one shot of espresso in a coffee drink. But it can be requested through the double-shot or triple-shot method. Requesting a few more copies will charge you the corresponding price. So when you have an espresso requesting more shots, the cashier will write the corresponding Arabic numbers in the box as a sign to the barista.
The third box: Syrup
Syrup actually refers to adding flavored syrups of different flavors to the coffee according to the needs of customers. The most common ones are Caramel, Hazelnut and Vanilla. When you request to add a certain syrup, the cashier will write the corresponding initials of the syrup in the box. For example, vanilla syrup writes a capital "V" as a sign to the barista.
The fourth box: Milk
Milk may be the most easily overlooked detail for us Chinese. The common people's perception of milk is usually very general. This is because the classification of dairy products in our country is not so strict. In fact, milk can be divided into many types in European and American countries. At Starbucks, all your needs for different milks can basically be met. Full cream milk, low-fat milk, skimmed milk, soy milk are all available.
The fifth box: Custom
The so-called Custom refers to the special request made by the customer when ordering. One of the most common requirements is about temperature requirements. Coffee can generally be served hot or iced. In addition to temperature, you can also request the amount of milk foam. It can also be required to add some additives such as chocolate chips.
The sixth box: Drink
The so-called Drink refers to the type of coffee drinks that guests order when ordering. When you order a coffee drink, the cashier will write the corresponding initials in the box. For example, latte will write L, American coffee will write A, etc.
We recommend that our consumers buy manual coffee grinder, hand crank coffee grinder, coffee bean grinder, burr coffee grinder and other coffee making machines by themselves, and make a warm cup of coffee with their families, with exquisite coffee cups and coffee pots, it’s very cozy and warm. What other interesting knowledge do you know about coffee? Welcome to leave a message to share~