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Infographic shows how to perfectly make 38 types of coffee

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If you're bored of your usual milky latte or ristretto fix, feast your eyes on this new infographic. It illustrates just about every coffee you could ever want and some you may not have heard of alongside diagrams of exactly how to make them.

The handy graphic created by Follygraph maps out the exact measurement of ingredients and the size and style of glass needed for 38 beverages. It's also fascinating to see the subtle and extreme differences between different coffees, allowing you to work out just what kind of coffee kick you need.

For anyone stuck in a coffee rut the chart breaks down the contents and styles of exotic coffees from a Spanish cortado, a shot of espresso cut with warm milk, to a Vitenamese ca phe sua da, a cold coffee treat made of coffee, milk and ice.

Alternatively, we're going to use it as a checklist for all the coffees we still need to try.

Click on the image to launch a larger view of the infographic.

Images: follygraph.com, Rex Features

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