5 steps to make Bone Dry Cappuccino – The name makes Bone Dry Cappuccino look quite complicated, but this couldn’t be further from the fact as it is a very easy drink to make and almost anyone can make it at home. And there’s not much you need other than espresso and milk foam.
It’s worth mentioning, however, that making milk takes extra time and effort, and you’ll also need a lot of practice to master the perfect foaming technique every time.
And that requires a fair amount of milk because if you need to make 16 ounces of Bone Coffee, you’ll need up to 32 ounces of milk.
Ingredients for Bone Coffee
- Great espresso machine
- Steam wand and milk foam
- 32 ounces of milk
- Finely ground coffee beans
- Filtered water
Instructions for Making Bone Dry Cappuccino Coffee
Step 1: Steamed Milk
Making espresso is a quick process with a good espresso machine, so the first step in making your Bone Dry Cappuccino should be steaming your milk.
If your espresso machine has a steam wand, this should be easy as you just need to add milk to the jug and steam it.
Alternatively, you can also use a saucepan if you don’t have a steam wand, and here you just have to heat the milk in the saucepan until bubbles start to form and make sure you remove it from the heat before it starts boiling.
Step 2: Milk Foam
The next step is the milk foam and for this step, you can use your steam wand if you have one in an espresso machine or handheld milk frother which is easy to get and quite affordable.
Place a steam or froth wand over a jug with milk and it starts to foam. Let the milk froth until you get as much foam as possible, and once it’s ready, you can pick it up and set it aside for a short break.
Step 3: Make Espresso
To make espresso, you need to take the portafilter out of the machine, add the coffee grounds to the basket and compact it before placing it back in the machine. You should then fill the water reservoir with fresh, filtered water before withdrawing the injection.
However, remember to turn on the espresso maker first to allow sufficient time to warm up before you can make espresso.
Step 4: Collect Bone Dry Cappuccino
Assembling the Bone Dry Cappuccino begins by first heating your ceramic cappuccino cup and then placing it under the head of the group to draw a shot of espresso into it.
With the espresso in the cup, you should then take the foam and gently place it over the espresso making sure you fill the cup to the top until it forms a nice dome shape at the top.
Step 5: Finish with Some Art (Optional)
If you have a thing for coffee in art, the final step is to show off your skills by giving a cappuccino a nice artistic design on top in the same way you would serve a cafe latte, but this is an optional step given that it’s true.