Despite what people think, a cappuccino can NOT be iced. In America, there are two types of cappuccinos, wet and dry. Wet caps are about 1 part espresso, 1 part steamed milk, 1 part foam. A dry is 1 part espresso, 2 parts foam.
In Italy, the difference between a Cappuccino and a Cafe Latte is not the amount of foam on top, but the consistency of the milk. Cafe Lattes are more dense, closer to the consistency of milk alone. Cappuccinos has air steamed throughout the entire drink, and therefore is more of a "fluffy" drink.
Customer: I want a Grande Cappuccino. Now.
Barista: Wet or dry?
Barista: One latte coming up.
A coffee like drink. Ususally served hot, but can be served with ice or slushed.
Cappuccino is one of the best drinks ever.
Facial. When you ejaculate into a girls mouth and she then dribbles it out like frothy coffee.
I picked this bird
up last night and we went back to her place and she made me a Cappuccino! Of course I couldn't kiss her afterwards.
An espresso drink made with foamy steamed milk. It can be made "wet"-meaning, with some of the liquidy part of the steamed milk in the drink- or "dry" with only the foam on top of the espresso. It can not be served iced. No flavoring is added unless it is requested by the customer.
That barista made a perfect cappuccino! Do you see how dense this foam is?
Overpriced espresso beverage that usually has some artificial flavoring to take away the coffee taste. Be wary of loads of foam that tops it, or someone may think you've been giving BJs.
Chris:" What's in the Starbucks cup? Cappuccino?"
Jon: "Actually, the cup is empty. I just carry the cup around because it matches my emo glasses
Poker slang. An event occuring if the maximum number of bets in a round are placed into the pot. (the pot is capped)
Prior to felching, the act of inserting a straw in one's lover's freshly bespangled anus and blowing bubbles in the fecal-sperm combination contained therein.
"Hang on Andrew," said Edward playfully, "I'll just get a straw and whip up a cappuccino before I take a taste."