COFFEE RECIPES WITH JURA

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Coffee recipes

Your JURA coffee machine can prepare espresso, cappuccino or latte macchiato at the touch of a button. And the list of recipes you can create is virtually endless. Browse through our recipe collection and find inspiration for all kinds of creative speciality coffees.
All the reipes use any JURA Espresso Machine and some the JURA Milk Frother as well.

Classical coffees

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ristretto

It couldn’t be more concentrated… espresso ‘ristretto’ (which means restricted in Italian, or strong for a beverage). A highly concentrated espresso, prepared with less water than normal, but the same amount of ground coffee. This is what gives the ristretto its aromatic taste.

Ingredients

  • 25 ml ristretto

Preparation

  • Place an espresso glass under the coffee spout.
  • Prepare a ristretto with 25 ml of water.

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 25 ml
  • Coffee strength: strong
  • Temperature: high

Serving Suggestion

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Serve the Restretto on a Saucer with an Espresso Spoon, one Suger Stick and a Glass of stll Water.

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espresso

‘Espresso should be as black as the devil, as hot as hell, as pure as an angel and as sweet as love.’
Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord (1754 – 1838)
Espresso is the most popular type of coffee in southern European countries like Italy and Spain.

Ingredients

  • 45 ml espresso

Preparation

  • Place an espresso glass under the coffee spout.
  • Prepare an espresso with 45 ml of water.

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 45 ml
  • Coffee strength: strong
  • Temperature: high

Serving Suggestion

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Serve the Espresso on a Saucer with an Espresso Spoon, one Suger Stick and a Glass of stll Water.

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espresso Macchiato

The macchiato – which means ‘stained espresso’ – is an espresso which is topped with milk foam to give it an elegant finish.

Ingredients

  • 40 ml espresso
  • Milk foam

Preparation

  • Place an espresso glass under the coffee spout.
  • Prepare an Espresso Macchiato.

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 45 ml
  • Coffee strength: strong
  • Temperature: high
  • Milk Foam: 3 sec.

Serving Suggestion

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Serve the Espresso Macchiato on a Saucer with an Espresso Spoon, one Suger Stick and a Glass of stll Water.

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espresso cortado

True to its Spanish roots, the cortado is the perfect blend of aromatic espresso with a smooth and fine milk foam.

Ingredients

  • 25 ml espresso
  • Warm milk and milk foam

Preparation

  • Place an espresso glass under the coffee spout.
  • Prepare a cortado.

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 25 ml
  • Coffee strength: strong
  • Temperature: high
  • Warm milk: 2 sec.
  • Milk foam: 1 sec.

Serving Suggestion

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Serve the Espresso Cortado on a Saucer with an Espresso Spoon, one Suger Stick and a Glass of stll Water.

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espresso doppio

At the touch of a button, the JURA coffee machine can prepare two cups of espresso in two preparation cycles – grinding twice, then brewing twice.

Ingredients

  • 2 × 45 ml of espresso

Preparation

  • Place an coffee cup under the coffee spout.
  • Prepare an espresso doppio

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 90 ml
  • Coffee strength: strong
  • Temperature: high

Serving Suggestion

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Serve the Espresso Doppio on a Saucer with a Coffee Spoon and a Suger Stick.

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Café crème

With its light-coloured crema, this drink is also known in Switzerland as a ‘Schümli’ and in Italy as a ‘caffè lungo’. It is made with much more water than an espresso.

Ingredients

  • 100 ml of coffee

Preparation

  • Place an coffee cup under the coffee spout.
  • Prepare a coffee with 100 ml of water.

Tip

  • Add coffee cream to taste.

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 100 ml
  • Coffee strength: normal
  • Temperature: normal

Serving Suggestion

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Serve the Café Crème on a Saucer with a Coffee Spoon, a Suger Stick and Coffee Cream.

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Caffè Latte

Coffee with plenty of warm milk, known in Switzerland as a ‘Schale’. This milky coffee, which is often enjoyed at breakfast time, is made from coffee with warm milk.

Ingredients

  • 100 ml coffee
  • Warm Milk

Preparation

  • Place the cappuccino cup under the coffee spout.
  • Prepare a Caffè Latte

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 90 ml
  • Coffee strength: strong
  • Temperature: high

Serving Suggestion

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Serve the Caffè Latte on a Saucer with a Coffee Spoon and a Suger Stick.

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cappuccino

The word cappuccino probably comes from the Capuchin monks, and came to be used because the milk foam resembles the monk’s hood (cappuccio). The colour of the monks’ hoods also recalls the brown hue of the beverage.

Ingredients

  • 50 ml espresso
  • Milk foam

Preparation

  • Place the Cappuccino cup under the coffee spout.
  • Prepare a cappuccino.
  • Decorate the cappuccino with a little chocolate sauce.

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 100 ml
  • Coffee strength: strong
  • Temperature: high
  • Milk foam: 14 sec.

Serving Suggestion

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Serve the Cappuccino on a Saucer with a Coffee Spoon and a Suger Stick.

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flat white

The flat white is a drink that is very much in fashion among coffee lovers. Originating in Australia, its secret lies in ensuring that it is prepared correctly by adding the coffee to the cup first, followed by warm milk. The milk foam is prepared in the final stage. This lies under the crema, taking on its colour and taste.

Ingredients

  • 60 ml espresso
  • Warm milk and milk foam

Preparation

  • Place the cappuccino cup under the coffee spout.
  • Prepare a flat white.

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 60 ml
  • Coffee strength: normal
  • Temperature: normal
  • Milk foam: 2 sec.
  • Warm milk: 14 sec.

Serving Suggestion

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Serve the Flat White on a Saucer with a Coffee Spoon and a Suger Stick.

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Latte Macchiato

Espresso with warm milk and milk foam. The latte macchiato, which literally means ‘stained milk’, is made up of three layers: a bottom layer of warm milk, a top layer of milk foam and an espresso in the middle.

Ingredients

  • 55 ml espresso
  • Warm Milk and Milk Foam

Preparation

  • Place a Latte Macchiato under the coffee spout.
  • Prepare a Latte Macchiato.

Tip

  • Add a little flavoured syrup or Baileys to the latte macchiato glass, to taste.

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 55 ml
  • Coffee strength: strong
  • Temperature: high
  • Milk foam: 18 sec.
  • Warm milk: 4 sec.

Serving Suggestion

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Serve the Latte Macchiato on a Saucer with a Latte Spoon and a Suger Stick.

fancy hot coffees

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Nutella Coffee

INGREDIANT: 45ml Espresso, 150ml full cream Milk, 2 Tea Spoon Nutella

  • Add the milk and Nutella/hazelnut chocolate spread to the Automatic Milk Frother and prepare a serving of warm milk foam.
  • Prepare an espresso in a small latte macchiato glass. As soon as the Automatic Milk Frother stops, pour the warm chocolate into the glass.

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royal peppermint

INGREDIANT: 40ml Espresso, 1 Table Spoon Milk Foam, 1 Chocolate Mint, a little gold Leave

  • Place the Chocolate Mint (for example After Eight) into an Espresso Glass
  • Prepare an espresso in a small latte macchiato glass. As soon as the Automatic Milk Frother stops, pour the warm chocolate into the glass.

fancy cold coffee

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Latte Macchiato frio

Preparation

Pour the caramel syrup into a glass and fill one third full with milk. Prepare one portion of cold milk foam and use it to fill the glass to two thirds full. Place 4 ice cubes in a separate coffee cup. Prepare the espresso in the same cup. Then add 1 tsp sugar and stir into the espresso. Add the chilled espresso and ice cubes to the glass with the caramel syrup, milk and foam.

Ingredients

  • 45 ml espresso
  • Fresh Milk
  • 20 ml Caramel syrup
  • 1 Teespoon sugar

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 45 ml
  • Coffee strength: strong
  • Temperature: high

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Latte Orangilla

INGREDIANT: 170 ml full-cream milk, 2 oranges, 20 ml vanilla syrup, 4 ice cubes

  • Place the ice cubes in a glass.
  • Squeeze two fresh oranges into a seperate container.
  • Prepare one portion of cold milk foam. While the milk is being frothed, remove the cover from the Milk Frother and slowly add the freshly squeezed orange juice and vanilla syrup.
  • As soon as the Milk Frother stops, pour the cold milk foam into the glass.

coffee with brandy

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Kafi Fertig

Kafi Fertig ('fertig' meaning ready) is a traditional Swiss Beverage mainly served in the Centre Part of Switzerland. It comes, depending on the region, with different names like 'Kafi Luz', 'Kafi Zwaetschge'. The main ingredient is, beside the Coffee, a Brandy made from Apples, Prunes or Pears.

Ingredients

  • 20 ml espresso
  • 2 Sugar Cubes
  • Hot Water
  • A clear Brandy (Schnaps)

 

Machine Setting

  • Amount of water: 20 ml
  • Coffee strength: strong
  • Temperature: high

Preparation

  • Place 2 Sugar Cubes into the Glass
  • Place the Glass under the coffee spout.
  • Prepare an Espresso
  • Add 100 ml Schnaps
  • Top-up with Hot Water




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