Waroeng’s serves Toby’s Estate coffee, which means you can guarantee each cup will be delicious, fresh and smooth.
Strong short coffee made by forcing steam through ground coffee beans. Compared to other coffee brewing methods, espresso often has a thicker consistency, a higher concentration of suspended solids, and crema.
The origin of the term “espresso” is the subject of considerable debate. Although in some dictionaries simply refer to “pressed-out”, “espresso”, much like the English word “express”, conveys the senses of “just for you” and “quick”, which can be related to the method of espresso preparation. The words espresso has several meanings in English and Italian. The first meaning is to do with the idea of “expressing” or squeezing the flavour from the coffee using the pressure of the steam. The second meaning is to do with speed, as in a train. Finally there is the notion of doing something “expressly” for a person.
It’s a restricted Espresso. The Ristretto is sweeter and fuller bodied than the Espresso.
An Espresso with a dash of textured milk. 'Macchiato' simply means 'marked' or 'stained', and in the case of caffè macchiato, this means literally 'espresso stained/marked with milk'. Traditionally it is made with one short of espresso, and the small amount of added milk was the 'stain'. However, later the 'mark' or 'stain' came to refer to the foamed milk that was put on top to indicate the beverage has a little milk in it, usually about a teaspoon. In fact, a caffè macchiato in Portuguese is named café pingado which means coffee with a drop, the drop of milk.
A miniature Caffè Latte. Use a ristretto as the base and top with textured milk.
Its means "coffee [and] milk”. In English-speaking countries, is now called a latte is shorthand for “Caffe Latte” similar to the Spanish café con leche, the Portuguese galão.
Originating from Australia. Its mean “coffee [and] milk” with the stronger texture than Caffè Latte.
An Espresso topped with textured milk and a dense layer of steamed-milk foam with sprinkles of cocoa powder.
Mocha is an espresso with chocolate milk. Some people like to order Mochacinno, which normally topped with a dense layer of the steam-chocolate-milk foam and sprinkles of cocoa powder.
Long Black is similar to an Americano, but Long Black retains the crema and is less voluminous, therefore more strongly flavoured.
An Affogato (in Italian means “drowned”) is a coffee-based beverage. It usually takes the form of a scoop of vanilla gelato or ice cream topped with a shot of hot espresso.
Which cost only $1 and it goes to the donation to Westmead Children Hospital.
Made from fine cocoa powder and fresh milk brewed, stirred and steamed. A very refreshing drink for a good wake-up/ relaxing afternoon.