Cappuccino, an Italian coffee-based beverage, is made by blending espresso with hot milk and serving it immediately. A thin layer of foam forms on the surface of cappuccinos, which is created by steaming the milk. Cappuccinos are typically served in cups because they contain a thin layer of foam. Because of the large number of milk and milk substitutes that are available, the drink can be tailored to a great extent to suit individual tastes.
Approximately 80 calories and 12 grams of carbohydrate, 10 grams of sugar, and 8 grams of protein are contained in each serving of the cappuccino, a classic beverage made with nonfat milk.
A mocha from Caffè Nero contains the least amount of sugar (19 grams), but it contains the most calories (305 kcal) when compared to the mocha from Greggs, which contains a whopping 30 grams of sugar in a cup.
It has been demonstrated that drinking a cup of cappuccino up to 180 ml per day can significantly reduce the oxidation of bad cholesterol and the risk of developing heart disease. The medication also lowers the risk of having a stroke by 20 percent, and it should be taken without sugar in order to keep blood glucose levels under control. It also has a beneficial effect on the digestive process.
Tradition has it that a cappuccino should only be consumed in the wee hours of the morning. Having a cappuccino in the morning can provide you with an energy boost that will last you throughout the entire day because of the lactose and fat content of the milk.
Another school of thought holds that drinking coffee before bed will keep you awake is a myth that should be dispelled. For some people, caffeine can have a negative impact on their sleep, so it's important to avoid consuming caffeine-containing beverages too close to bedtime – but there is no hard and fast rule about this; instead, pay attention to your body.
Other Questions about Coffee
OCM (OnCoffeeMakers.com) was started in 2007 with the first webpage about coffee machines. And for a number of years, we focused on helping people find their desired coffee machine (we still are helping folks with that! So, if you are looking for coffee machines for office or restaurants - check out the link).
In 2010, we started getting enquiries on restaurant marketing and we start to help food and beverage brands with their marketing. Below are campaigns and events that we have done over the years:
OCM's campaigns: F&B Marketing Ideas by OCM
OCM's Events: F&B Industry events by or with OCM
Check out this restaurant marketing guide to learn more about the many campaigns and companies we have worked with.
Since then, we have also created many marketing workshops and classes for the F&B industry. Many of these modules are still running in tertiary institutions such as Temasek Polytechnic Skillsfuture Academy and also ITE College East COC classes, below are some snippets of our lectures and workshops:
OCM’s F&B workshops: Food and Beverage Marketing Lectures | Workshops - click to watch classes on customer journey map, JTBD and more.
So, if you are looking for industry practitioners to help you scale your coffee or F&B businesses, do drop us a message or book an appointment. Do also check out our various social media platforms on regular F&B and coffee market updates:
For regular coffee (F&B) related videos: OCM Youtube
For Daily Coffee Inspiration (fun coffee content): OCM IG
For insights into the coffee (F&B) industry: OCM LinkedIN
PS: For the coffee lovers, we continue to share coffee articles (and videos) and have also started a free coffee class section (with free online coffee training supported by coffee partners).