Cappuccino with whipped cream, Kapuziner, café Viennois or Viennese cappuccino, probably appeared in the Austro-Italian parts in the 18th century. And one of the Habsburg legacies. 🙂
Cappuccino is a drink made up of three parts: a shot of espresso, a shot of hot milk and a part of milk foam. A total of 150-180 ml of hot and delicious liquid with a foam of at least 1 cm, which remains on the surface of the coffee. To know the next time you order a cappuccino in a cafe, you must have a ruler with you. :)))
The Viennese version is sweetened coffee with whipped cream on top and possibly spices. For reasons beyond my control, I prefer this option. 🙂
If you prepare it at home, the process is not very complicated. Either make a normal coffee, or make a slightly more concentrated one, sweeten it, if you prefer with sugar, then put a tablespoon or two of whipped cream. Sprinkle with spices – grated cocoa/ chocolate, cinnamon or cardamom and the Viennese is ready. 🙂 And if you have a tube of whipped cream in the fridge, you can have a Viennese party every day. :))))
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