Coffee lover !!! Enjoy this National Cappuccino Day

“Beige is atmosphere. It’s bisque, it’s ivory, it’s cream, it’s stone, it’s toast, it’s cappuccino. It’s well, it’s magic.”__Albert Hadley


This Italian based coffee -Cappuccino made with espresso, steamed milk, and foam (microfoam). The espresso is poured into the bottom of the cup, then the same amount of hot milk and texture that is prepared using the steam rod of the espresso machine is spread. The presence of today’s modern cappuccino with this espresso cream and steamed milk is the result of the long evolution of the drink. The earliest versions of the cappuccino were recorded during the Battle of Vienna.

How the word ‘Cappuccino’ came:

The name cappuccino comes from the practice of Capuchin friar. When steamed milk is added to a small portion of dark, brewed coffee (now espresso), the colour is reminiscent of that of the habit of Capuchin friar. The story goes that Marco d’Aviano, a Capuchin friar frequently visited the Viennese coffee house. The word ‘cappuccino’ is known to have originated from ‘Kapuziner’, which Viennese probably put “in the 18th century”. The name of the drink is said to have been inspired by the colour of the Capuchin friar Marco d’Aviano’s habit.

What one can do to celebrate today: 

This is the most stupid question to ask. Coffee is the most widely used morning drink for most citizens worldwide. And on the nationally recognized day dedicated to a special type of coffee ‘Cappuccino’, drinking a cup it is, of course, an all-encompassing activity. Then secondly, the epidemic does not allow visiting any store, ‘because it is absolutely unhealthy and can cause coronavirus infection in the body, so spread the news through social media using #CappuccinoDay and encourage others to celebrate the day as well. In addition, one can also order an espresso machine from an e-commerce site.


Some interesting facts:

  1. The earliest versions of the cappuccino were recorded during the Battle of Vienna. (around 1683)
  2. Milan’s Luigi Bezzera patented the first espresso machine. (around 1901)
  3. This brew was first documented in Italy as a “Cappuccino”, a coffee topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with cinnamon or chocolate. (around 1930)

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