You can brew espresso without an espresso machine. Cappuccino is traditionally small with a thick layer of foam, while a latte traditionally is larger. Caffè latte is often served in a large glass while cappuccino mostly in a small cup (usually a 5-ounce cup) with a handle. Cappuccino traditionally has a layer of textured thick milk microfoam exceeding.

The first step to a great cappuccino or any other great coffee is the espresso and the most fundamental part of a great espresso is the beans. Always use high-quality beans in order to make a great cappuccino. Start by grinding your coffee beans into a fine powder then add very hot water to it and stir it for about 30 seconds and then let it steam for about 5 minutes.

Sieve the coffee into a cup and set it aside. The next thing is milk, there is more milk in cappuccino then coffee so you should be very careful in choosing and preparing the milk and so were with coffee. You should usee fresh full fat milk that is delicious on its own. You will heat the milk to a temparature between 60 to 70 degrees Celcius. The last step before nixing with the coffee is frosting the milk.

You can use a milk frother or a kitchen mixer to create a desired structure of the milk. The goal is to transfer part of the milk to the microfoam. Tp put the ingredients together, you can pour directly from the milk frother but if you want more control over pouring, you should considering getting the pitcher. The first stage is pouring more milk and mix it carefully with coffee and in teh second stage is you pour more microfoam into the cup and eventually draw a latte pattern.


  • 1 cup skim milk
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 1 1⁄2 cups strong brewed coffee


  1. After your coffee has brewed, combine the sugar & milk and heat it in your microwave for 2 minutes at the highest setting.
  2. Next, whip the heated milk/sugar mix in your blender for about one minute until it’s a fluffy foam.
  3. Fill your cup two thirds full with the coffee and top it off with your heated froth.