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Cappuccino is an Italian beverage, prepared with espresso and milk. A cappuccino is generally defined as 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steamed milk and 1/3 frothed milk. Another definition would call for 1/3 espresso and 2/3 microfoam. A cappuccino differs from a cafe latte, which is mostly milk and little foam. (A “dry cappuccino” has less milk.) The “iced cappuccino” (or Freddo cappuccino) beverage is somewhat of a misnomer since there is no way to duplicate the foam on top of the hot beverage, but the term is nevertheless widely spread in some Mediterranean countries where ice is added before the foam. Espresso and cold milk on ice is called an iced cafe latte, while an espresso macchiato is a shot of espresso “stained” with a dollop of milk foam. (from wikipedia)