Double shot of espresso + hot water. As you can see in the photograph, the Americano is only full to about 75% of the 16oz mug. The reasoning: If any barista adds a double shot of espresso and fills the drink with hot water to the top, it will highly dilute the espresso, texture and taste.


A traditional cappuccino prepared, made and served in a 6oz demitasse. Double shot of espresso with four ounces of steamed milk. Dry Cappuccino: More foam than a traditional capp.

Caramel Latte (Hot or Iced)

Think Starbucks. They call there's a Caramel Macchiato, which has confused every coffee connoisseur across the planet. It's basically a Caramel Latte and we can make it for you.

Con Panna

A traditional coffee drink is a double shot of espresso with whipped cream. Italian for "espresso with cream."


We offer a double shot (2 oz) of espresso

Latte (Hot or Iced)

A traditional latte is served in an 8oz demitasse or 12oz ceramic mug. However, we're in America and most consumers enjoy larger beverages. With that said, we offer our latte in 12 or 16oz. 10oz of steamed milk + a double shot of espresso (12 oz) 14oz of steamed milk + a double shot of espresso (16 oz)

Mocha Latte (Hot or Iced)

Chocolate syrup, double shot of espresso, steamed milk

Traditional Macchiato

2 oz double shot of espresso marked with an ounce of steamed milk. Italian for "marked with foam."

White Mocha Latte (Hot or Iced)

Syrup, double shot of espresso and steamed milk.