Cappuccino and Latte Options

For many Americans, the terminology behind latte’s is ambiguous at best. Here are a few general rules so we can break them:

Wet & Dry:
A “wet” drink, especially cappuccino, refers to lighter or less stretched milk. The opposite would be “dry” drink with slightly less milk and slightly more stretched milk. Many coffee shops refer to wet as ‘american’ style and dry as ‘italian’ style drinks – but the truth is that in LA and many other places in US every coffee shop is pretty much doing it’s own thing.

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