If you don't know anything about coffee and don't go to Starbucks often, you might not know how to order at Starbucks. But as long as you master a few coffee making basics, you can easily order your favorite beverage next time you visit Starbucks.
According to your preference. What should I order? That's up to your taste buds. You don't have to order coffee to go to Starbucks. There are a variety of drinks, such as tea, smoothies, hot cocoa and so on. Think about whether you want a hot or cold drink at the moment. If you're not sure what you want to drink, feel free to ask the waiter. They will give you some advice. Consider whether you want a hot drink, or an iced drink, or a mixed drink, as well as the sweetness and whether it contains caffeine.
Select cup shape. Starbucks has a very unique cup shape. They are small cup, medium cup, large cup and super large cup, and the corresponding Italian words are short, tall, grande and venti. A medium cup usually contains one espresso, a large cup contains two espressos, and a venti cup contains three espressos.
Season to taste. No, whether you order coffee, tea or any other drink, you can ask for sugar or syrup. Sugar is usually provided free of charge, but syrup is not. If you're not sure what flavor you want to add, look at the seasoning menu or ask the waiter. Starbucks has a dozen seasonings to choose from. Syrup flavorings such as vanilla, caramel and hazelnut can be ordered unsweetened. If you want a healthy drink, order a flavoring without adding sugar. When ordering, ask the waiter what seasoning options are available. Starbucks offers different flavors in different seasons. In autumn and winter, it smells like pumpkin. In the summer, the coconut flavor may be gone.
Choose whether to add milk or not. Some drinks are made with milk, while others are made with water. Tell the waiter if you want milk or water when you order. Options include: non-fat milk, 2% milk, soy milk, and half milk. Some have almond milk or coconut milk as a choice. Any drink can be hot or iced, and many coffee drinks can be mixed. The coffee blend must be based on milk so that it can be made to the right concentration. The steamed milk will form foam. Many drinks have a warm foam on top. If you like foam, you order it with foam, if you don't, you don't.
Consider whether you want one with caffeine. Espresso and other coffees are usually caffeinated, and dark and green teas also contain caffeine. If you don't want too much caffeine, order half caffeine or decaf. If you need a coffee pick-me-up, you can order more coffee.
Make coffee. This kind of coffee is the coffee brewed in the coffee pot, one drop in the cup of coffee. But Starbucks adds a lot of different flavorings. Brewed coffee is the cheapest drink on the Starbucks menu.
Make coffee. Latte. A latte is basically espresso with steamed milk. Latte can be flavored with any kind of syrup, and can be made with any kind of milk. Lattes can also be served hot or cold. This kind of coffee is the coffee brewed in the coffee pot, one drop in the cup of coffee. But Starbucks adds a lot of different flavorings. Brewed coffee is the cheapest drink on the Starbucks menu.
Latte. A latte is basically espresso with steamed milk. Latte can be flavored with any kind of syrup, and can be made with any kind of milk. Lattes can also be served hot or cold.
An Americano. Americano is one of the favorite coffees for coffee lovers. It is not as bitter as espresso because it is made from espresso with water. It is the same as coffee, you can add sugar and milk, and any other flavor you like.
A cappuccino. A cappuccino is similar to a latte in that it consists of steamed milk, foam and espresso, but the foam is heavy. So the drink is very light and soft, not like a liquid drink. When you order a cappuccino, you can order a wet cappuccino (less foam) or a dry cappuccino (a lot of foam). Then add your favorite flavor seasoning.
Caramel macchiato. In Italian, it means: "To leave a mark." Because espresso is poured last from the top when making caramel macchiato, rather than stirred in, the top layer will leave traces of espresso. Caramel macchiato is made with vanilla syrup, steamed milk, milk foam, espresso and caramel syrup.
Mocha coffee. A mocha is a latte (milk and espresso) with some chocolate in it. There are milk chocolate mocha and white chocolate mocha. The former has a stronger flavor, while the latter is sweeter. Mocha coffee is usually made without any foam. If you like, you can ask the waiter to add some extra foam.
Espresso. If you want to taste real coffee, take the challenge of espresso. You can add some foam or whipped cream on top.
Tea. If you don't like coffee, you can drink tea instead. Many teas are made with hot water, and several tea lattes are made with milk. Among the most popular tea lattes: Chai tea (spicy cinnamon tea) and London Fog (vanilla Earl Grey tea). Tea can be made with water or milk, hot or cold.
Frappuccino. Frappuccinos are mixed drinks, usually containing coffee. Starbucks has a wide variety of frappuccinos on its menu. The strawberry cream frappuccino does not contain coffee, and usually has some chocolate and caramel.
Other non-coffee drinks. If you don't like coffee and you don't like tea, don't worry, Starbucks has other beverage options for you. For hot drinks, you can order hot chocolate, steamed milk (milk with syrup) or apple cider vinegar. For ice drinks, you can order lemon juice or smoothie smoothies.
When you don't understand, be bold and ask.
Once you get the drinks, make sure you don't order them yourself. Do not point at the waiter, drink around, so you can not get a safe drink oh.
When ordering, indicate whether you want it in or out.
Keep your receipt and don't let anyone else take your drink.
If you want to try something you don't know about, ask if you can sample it first.
When you order a drink with whipped cream, mocha, if you don't want cream, tell the waiter no cream; If you want fat-free milk, say so.
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