Revealed: Coffee Break
Here's the whole twist...
Enjoy your favorite cup (or two) of brew as you puzzle through this colorful coffee break. Many things have gone amiss – so beware extra cups of caffeine may be needed!
Did you find the 24 differences (plus one!) between the puzzle you assembled and the box image?
Revealed: Coffee Break
- Wake Up background color has changed
- Be Perky now pouring a cup of coffee
- Get Steamy offers a decaf version now as well
- Be Strong changes to Be Bold with a background color change, and a spin of the cup and spoon
- Coffee Break banner shows more coffee beans on each side
- Under coffee break banner the six metal spoons change to two scoops with coffee beans
- Center cup has subtle lavender stripes added and much more steam which now flows off the top of the puzzle
- Macchiato has a slight, fanciful change to the milk foam on top, and the cup/saucer have changed color
- Irish Coffee switched locations and background color with the Espresso coffee.
- Cold Brew now pouring from the right side versus the left
- Shot in the Dark cup color and design have changed to lavender with 3 stars
- Cappuccino has been picked up and placed back down with handle on the left
- Americano cup handle has shifted or spun to lower left side
- Caffe Latte – yum! Cinnamon sticks were added to the drink
- Affogato – more ice cream please?!
- Café Caramel glass mug has slight design added, seen in the middle layer
- Frappe - someone must have been taken a sip as straw moved
- Turkish Coffee design on cup and matching saucer have changed color
- Iced Coffee – changed straws, now striped
- Mocha – thanks for the additional chocolate!
- Stay Grounded is now ready to serve – piping hot (steam shown at spout)
- The Daily Grind steam from the cups and coffee grinder have changed directions
- Be Bold is now Be Strong with the cup replaced with a coffee pot
- The bottom border coffee beans are now spoons (and I thought the spoons would go under Coffee Break banner!)
Bonus: Cafe au Lait cup and saucer moved in front of the pitcher
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How Well Do You Know Your Coffees?!
Macchiato - coffee drink make with 2 shots of espresso, a small amount of steamed milk and topped with a slight bit of milk foam. Macchiato means “stained” or “spotted” in Italian which refers to the way the milk is placed on the top
Irish Coffee - contains Irish whiskey, hot coffee and sugar, stirred and topped with cream.
Café au Lait – originated in France, made with equal parts French Press brewed coffee and steamed milk. Traditionally there is no milk foam on the top, but some shops may serve it with a very thin layer. Made with regular coffee this differs from a latte which is made with espresso
Expresso - coffee-brewing method that originated in Italy. Expresso means “pressed coffe” in Italian. Small amount of nearly boiling water is forced under pressure through finely-ground coffee beans. Can be made with a wide variety of beans and different degrees. Contains more caffeine than regular coffee.
Cold Brew - a method of preparing the coffee by soaking the grinds at room temperature or in the fridge for 12 hours or more. There is no heat involved in the brewing process at all to produce this concentrated coffee drink.
Shot in the Dark – an expresso shot is poured into a regular cup of coffee
Cappuccino – expresso-based coffee originated in Austria with later developments in Italy (country of origin considered Italy); prepared with steamed milk foam. It is distinctly layered with espresso, steamed milk and milk foam
Americano – made from water and espresso; typically 1/3 expresso to 2/3 water (some like equal parts). Popular for those that find espresso to strong.
Caffe Latte – another expresso-based drink that is popular in US and around the world. Latte is an Italian word that means “coffee and milk.” Latte is different from a cappuccino as the steamed milk and espresso are mixed together
Affogato – made with expresso and vanilla ice cream; coffee and dessert in a cup
Café Caramel Frappe – an iced and blended coffee made with caramel syrup, coffee, milk and ice in blender with whipped cream an buttery caramel sauce on top. A chunky, icy drink with a bit of coffee flavor.
Turkish Coffee – prepared in a cezve (small long-handled pot with pouring lip specifically to make Turkish coffee) using very finely ground coffee beans without filtering; rich and highly caffeinated (but not stronger than expresso)
Iced Coffee – served cold (completely cooled) it may be prepared by brewing coffee normally and serving over ice or in cold milk, or brewing the coffee cold
Mocha – sometimes called mocha latte is a latte with chocolate syrup or cocoa powder added to it
Other Fun Trivia
Sources: Wikipedia, National Coffee Association, coffee-rank.com
Where does the word coffee come from?
Arabic word “Qahwah” became “kahveh” in Turkish, and the “koffie” in Dutch or “caffe” in Italian… where we get the English word coffee (Wikipedia)
What are coffee beans?
Coffee beans are technically seeds of the Coffea plant, but we call them beans because they look like legumes. They are the pits of the cherry-like berries found on the flowering shrubs. (Wikipedia)
Most popular coffee shop drinks in the United States?
Espresso (source: be-your-own-barista.com)
Most popular coffee in the world?
Espresso (source: be-your-own-barista.com)
What is the world’s most popular coffee type?
#1: Coffea Arabica which originated in Ethiopia, known for smoother, sweeter taste with over 60% of all coffee beans of this variety
#2: Coffea Robusta has a stronger, harsher, bitter taste – double the caffeine
How much coffee is really consumed?
- Around 2 billion cups a day! (Wikipedia)
- 30-40% of the world’s population consume coffee every day versus in the US about 65%. (coffee-rank.com)
- Average American coffee drinker drinks just over 3 cups per day (ncausa.org)
How does decaf compare to regular?
And, decaf does not mean caffeine-free…
Where is most coffee grown?
Brazil, accounts for about 40% of global coffee supply (according to world economic forum in 2020)
What 2 states in US grow coffee?
Hawaii and California.
What country consumes the most coffee?
Finland (average adult goes through 27.5 pounds of coffee each year vs. 11 pounds in US according to world population review rankings online dated 2022)
How many calories in a cup of coffee?
One cup of coffee – only has 1 calorie… but a Java Chip Frappuccino from Starbucks contains 88 grams of sugar and 600 calories (more than a McDonald’s Big Mac!)
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