illy Malaysia Brew at Home americano recipe

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1 tbsp. plus 2 tsp. (25 ml) espresso 

Hot water


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Even the Italian espresso can be tempted by the American dream. When a bigger cup of coffee is in order, espresso teams up with boiling water, transforming into a drink to be enjoyed over time, and sipped at any time of day. 

1. Prepare the espresso in a small cup

2. Fill a cappuccino cup with hot water (about 190 F, or 90 C) and add as much of the espresso as you prefer. Serve

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