Coffee houses – Offering excellent coffee and tea drinks
Previously, Tea was the major drink of choice in India, however nowadays hundreds of stylish western-influenced coffee bars have come out across the continent in large metro regions. Even though, tea is still favored and offered, but the bean has turned out to be a big business, so large that it nowadays competes against the once dominant tea on list of options all over the place. For coffee buffs, India offers some distinguished coffee bar chains.
As the name implies, coffeehouses concentrate on offering coffee and tea along with light refreshments.
The espresso bar is a sort of coffee house that concentrates in coffee beverages prepared from espresso. The espresso bar is usually centered around an extended counter with a high-yield espresso machine (generally bean to cup machines, automatic or semiautomatic pump-type machine, while occasionally a manually-operated lever-and-piston system) and a glass case full of pastries and savory items, for example sandwiches. In the usual Italian bar, consumers can either order at the bar plus drink their beverages standing; otherwise if they long to be seated and be served then they are usually charged a higher price
The offerings at the classic espresso bars are usually fairly Italianate in inspiration. However, classic pastries are not all the time strictly Italianate and regular accompaniments consist of scones, muffins, croissants, and even doughnuts. There is generally a huge variety of teas too. Iced drinks are also well-liked together with both iced tea and iced coffee and mixed drinks
One of India's leading authorized chains of coffee bars, the Barista Lavazza Company operates over 200 bars in India and has started aggressively advertising its products outside Indian borders into adjoining countries. Believed to be the Starbucks of the East, Barista offers lots of the similar menu items like espresso, lattes, cappuccino and a variety of pastries, as well as basic coffee hot beverages and cold beverages. Barista sticks strongly to its Italian ancestry by serving Italian coffees exclusively. Like Starbucks, there's normally a Barista Lavazza on over one corner in lots of Indian cities. The first Barista outlet was launched in New Delhi in 2000.
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