How To Select Your Coffee Through The Day
Believe it or not, the blends provided by your private label coffee suppliers all have optimum times in the day to be enjoyed. Unsure which time of day to request an espresso? Confused about when to brew that cappuccino? Liquidline shares its wisdom.
A milky coffee like a cappuccino is perfect for giving drinkers an early energy boost, while this frothy treat is also filling, so best when breaking the fast. The same applies to a frothed or flat macchiato.
A mocha makes a pleasant mid-morning snack due to its filling nature – milky and cocoa-tasting and often topped with cream – although why stop at just a mocha when you can have a biscotti on the side for dunking?
In addition, the milkiest coffee, the latte, is traditionally only drunk in the morning and its French alter ego the café au lait is historically paired with a buttery croissant to boot – so why break with tradition?
The two o’clock dip is a common experience for the modern day office worker, but those of you lucky enough to indulge in a long lunch don’t necessarily want to be knocked out by post-meal sleepiness either.
This is when a zippy espresso proves itself. Taken either as a single or a double and drunk neat, the diminutive but effective espresso isn’t filling and is perfect for banishing any afternoon fatigue.
Overdo it, though, and its effects will take you right through to bedtime.
Whenever you like
King of coffees, the Americano can be enjoyed at any time, at any strength, with or without milk or sugar. This versatile brew is as fortifying at breakfast as it is calming in the evening.