Coffee is very important for Latin American culture. Some of the best coffees in the world are from Latin American countries. Knowing the proper way to order coffee in Spanish is crucial if you’re visiting a Spanish-speaking country.
Lucky for you, you’re at the right place! In this blog post, we’ll show you how to order coffee in Spanish like a true native speaker. Whether you’re traveling in a Spanish-speaking country or just want to practice your Spanish at your local café, these tips will come in handy. Let’s get started!
Types Of Coffee in Spanish
|Double Coffee||Café doble|
|Coffee with milk||Café con leche|
|Cut coffee||Café cortado|
|American coffee||Café americano|
|Iced coffee||Café con hielo|
|decaffeinated coffee||Café descafeinado|
Ingredients for Coffee in Spanish
|White sugar||Azúcar blanca|
|Brown sugar||Azúcar morena|
|Skimmed milk||Leche deslactosada|
|Reduced fat milk||Leche semidescremada|
|Almond milk||Leche de almendra|
|Soy milk||Leche de soya|
Other Coffee Vocabulary
|At the bar||En la barra|
|At the terrace||En la terraza|
|To go||Para llevar|
Ordering the Type of Coffee You Want
|I would like a coffee||Me gustaría un café|
|One coffee, please||Un café solo, por favor|
|One coffee with milk||Un café con leche|
|One American coffee||Un café americano|
|With sugar, please||Con azúcar, por favor|
|No sugar, please||Sin azúcar, por favor|
|With ice||Con hielo|
|With skimmed milk||Con leche deslactosada|
¡Un Café Por Favor!
Good job! Now that you know the proper way on how to order coffee in Spanish, you can visit all the coffeeshops you come across in a Spanish-speaking country.
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