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    Help for a Noobie!

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    Is there anywhere that I can get coffee recipes?

    I mean like a definitive list of how to make the perfect Cappucino, Latte etc...?

    Stupid question I know but any help would be appreciated.

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    Re: Help for a Noobie!

    Quote Originally Posted by 0B050E0E051408505550585851600 link=1242602555/0#0 date=1242602555
    Is there anywhere that I can get coffee recipes?

    I mean like a definitive list of how to make the perfect Cappucino, Latte etc...?

    Stupid question I know but any help would be appreciated.
    You should start by using Google and I can recommend here http://www.home-barista.com/resources.html as a great place to start.

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    Re: Help for a Noobie!

    Mmmm Definitive list will always cause debate about what someone calls x is called y somewhere else in the country is different around the world ::)

    Start here anyway :) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_coffee_beverages

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    Re: Help for a Noobie!

    Quote Originally Posted by 5255515E565C49595E57300 link=1242602555/2#2 date=1242604632
    Start here anywayhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_coffee_beverages *
    Not culturally sensitive. From the list of liqueur coffees:

    Australian Coffee (Cask Wine/Goon)

    Damned if I would add a dash of Coolibah or a splash from a goon of McWilliams Cream Sherry to my coffee. Mind you, Ive tasted a few brews that would be definitely improved by cask or goon wine - by anything, really .

    This one caught my eye:
    Caffè corretto (that is an Italian beverage, consists of a shot of espresso "corrected" with a shot of liquor, usually grappa, brandy or sambuca.)

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    Re: Help for a Noobie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4C465344444B5F592A0 link=1242602555/3#3 date=1242605897
    Caffè corretto (that is an Italian beverage, consists of a shot of espresso "corrected" with a shot of liquor, usually grappa, brandy or sambuca.)
    There is a Lions Club in a rural town (not named to protect the Innocent ;) ) that serves Instunt with a shot of grappa at a model glider event I go to each year in June. One of those at 8am in the morning as the frost is crunching on the ground tastes fairly good in spite of the base beverage. Just dont add milk as it curdles :o



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