Cocktails with Brian Kimani,Coffee Tasting & I became a Barista for a day in JavaHouse Africa.

good foodHow to make a Cappuccino
Key ingredients
Espresso
Steamed milk
Foamed Milk

Equipment
Coffee machine with steam arm/wand
Milk jug
Thermometer

Instructions
Foam and texture the required quantity of milk – Remember! We want more foam than steamed milk
Brew a single or double espresso (as per taste or order) directly into your seving cup
Gently swirl the milk to release any large air bubbles – tap the milk jug against a counter to remove any stubborn bubbles
Pour the milk over the espresso from a low height for a smooth drink
Finish by giving the milk a slight ‘wiggle’ to ensure foam transfers from milk jug to the cup to top off your Cappuccino..

Charlie’s Menu order :
Brian’s Charlie’s iced cocktail( price $7)
Kemunto’s Caribbean connect (price $7)

Java Menu :
Cappuccino (over drunked BTW)
JavaHouse Breakfast

Locations:
Charlie’s Bistro Wabera Street
Java House Lavington shell petrol station, James Gichuru Road (opposite Lavington Curve)
Nairobi, Kenya
Africa.
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