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wet/dry cappucchino

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hope this is not a silly question but could someone please explain the difference between a wet or dry cappucchino


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I don't know exactly but I know if I ever go to Starbucks and order, for example a latte I ask for it wet and it comes with less foam and more liquid. A quick Google came up with

A wet cappuccino has more steamed milk than frothed milk, whereas a dry cap has less steamed milk.


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The difference is pretty simple. A dry cappuccino has more air in the milk froth than a wet cappuccino, which has smaller, more textured bubbles.


and thats not a silly question at all

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