In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The next morning, swathed in a towel and sipping coffee from my new espresso cups, life felt fine.
- Put the ground espresso beans into the machine and press down very lightly.
- I therefore will endeavour to buy some freshly ground espresso coffee in the near future.
- It's open early to serve late-morning cappuccinos and espressos.
- In the catering trade milk may be heated with a jet of superheated steam from an espresso machine, which makes it froth rather than form a skin.
- His daughter was in Rome a couple of years ago and came in for a quick espresso at the bar.
- Stand at the bar (it costs more to sit down at a table) with the locals at an Italian coffee shop and down an expresso and a pastry.
- They even managed to get an order for two coffees and two espressos wrong.
- As well as the usual range of coffees (starting with espressos for £1), there's an excellent range of cakes and pastries, a tapas menu and, in true coffee-house style, weekly acoustic music evenings.
- In New York, if you look hard, it is still possible to get a double espresso from a real coffee shop that makes no attempt to look like your lounge.
- Embarrassed now, I ordered two espressos from the girl at the counter.
- As the name of the place suggests, you can also enjoy a cup of coffee at the store - from filter coffee to cappuccino and espressos.
- In the end we had a couple of very good espressos and a bar of artisan chocolate from Belgium.
- They sipped their espressos and cappuccinos from the coffee shop next door that was practically part of the theatre.
- However, the little booth selling tickets also doubled as an espresso bar.
- My dad found his coffee beans and began measuring them into the espresso machine.
- We also ordered an espresso and a cappuccino and they were an additional 80p each.
- Lattes, cappuccinos and espressos are served with a selection of little cakes and pastries.
- I kept vowing to stop drinking the coffee, but my boss kept buying me double espressos, so this went on for quite some time.
- So, obviously, I will not be buying any coffee from that particular espresso bar in future.
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